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Mogo Zoo

#1 of 9 things to do in Mogo Features Animals
222 Tomakin Rd, Mogo, New South Wales 2536, Australia
+61 2 4474 4930
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Must do when in the area

Pack a picnic and head off to get up close and personal to a large variety of animals

Reviewed 29 March 2012
Shellharbour, Australia
Good value few hours

Just visited Mogo Zoo. An excellent way to spend a few hours and good value. The free animal talks... read more

Reviewed 29 March 2012
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222 Tomakin Rd, Mogo, New South Wales 2536, Australia
+61 2 4474 4930
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Reviewed 29 March 2012

Pack a picnic and head off to get up close and personal to a large variety of animals

Thank sandygc03
Reviewed 29 March 2012

Just visited Mogo Zoo. An excellent way to spend a few hours and good value. The free animal talks were very informative and it is obvious the staff have a passion for the animals they care for. This zoo breeds unusual near extinct animals that...More

Thank hazell4
Reviewed 15 March 2012

We visited as a family 6 adults and 6 children (3-12). Every person enjoyed the day. Whilst the Zoo is relatively small there are a large variety of animals ranging from the large cats to small Otters. You get very close to the animals and...More

Thank Warren G
Reviewed 14 March 2012

This may not be the biggest ever zoo but you won't be disappointed at how close to the Big Cats you'll get. There are numerous monkeys (Lemurs, Gibbons, Tamarins & Marmosets), and Tigers, Lions, Snow Leopards, Jaguars, and some other interesting animals like the Tapir,...More

Thank 5urfbeach
Reviewed 5 March 2012

I've been to Mogo Zoo several times over the years and keep going back! It is a much smaller zoo compared to Taronga Zoo in Sydney but I think that is what makes it so appealing! In one visit you are able to get around...More

Thank happytraveller227
Reviewed 28 February 2012

Lots of other visitors have said 'up close and personal' but it really does sum this place up. You get a real insight into the work that the team at the Zoo are doing, and the experience of being within inches of a roaring tiger's...More

Thank Sue and Mark B
Reviewed 25 February 2012

Visited with high expectations but found it quite disorganised and the habitats for some of the animals not that great. Would recommend Canberra Zoo over Mogo

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Reviewed 24 February 2012

Love the whitelions. Things you might not see in big zoo. Meerkat was cute. This private zoo offer more space and open unique experience compare to big zoo where most of the time u see through the glass..

Thank Feimui
Reviewed 23 February 2012

This was our first visit to Mogo Zoo and we were very impressed with the keeper talks and animal feeding. While we didn't pay extra to participate in the personal experiences, the public are still able to get quite close to the animals. It was...More

Thank gjwjmb
Reviewed 6 February 2012

Affordable, extensive and all round professional zoo, much more than I was expecting!

Thank BeachhouseMolly
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19 December 2016|
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Response from Lyn W | Reviewed this property |
Unfortunately, I didn't do the rhino experience ... but if it is anything like the monkey experience, it's worth it.
13 April 2015|
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Response from Rosaria M | Reviewed this property |
I believe there is wheelchair access.
22 December 2014|
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Response from Michael N | Reviewed this property |
Yes they do with birds, emus and dingoes etc. However this zoo also exhibits a lot of the more exotic animals not always seen elsewhere. Well worth a visit. However I would suggest that the best place to get close to... More