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Mogo Zoo Questions & Answers

Is there disabled access? I have a son who is in a wheelchair.

Kind regards

over a year ago Answer

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Cairns Region, Australia
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I believe there is wheelchair access.

over a year ago
Blue Mountains, Australia
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There are a few steps but the zoo is accessable by wheelchair.

over a year ago
australia
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You want have a problem with your son's wheelchair the zoo is very easy to get around and is manly path ways and no steps. Your son will love it, hope you enjoy and have fun

over a year ago
Canberra, Australia
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As far as I can recall this zoo is a disability friendly place with wheelchair access. There might be a few steps but I do not think you will miss anything. There are accessible toilets. On the day when we were there, there were a few people using wheelchairs enjoying the place. It appeared to be a popular place with seniors who have mobility restrictions too. I am sure you and your son will enjoy Mogo Zoo.

over a year ago
Wollongong, New South Wales, Australia
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Some of the areas there are steps but most of the zoo is wheel chair accessible.

over a year ago
Sydney, Australia
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You are very welcome hope you and your son get to go and enjoy it as much as our Grandson did at 18 months he was excited for the whole day.

over a year ago
Sydney, Australia
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For 100% clarity there was actually 2 alternate routes the stairs and a longer walk on a path that took you to the bottom as well. So the stairs could be avoided without missing out on anything.

over a year ago
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Thank you very much David

over a year ago
Sydney, Australia
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We had a Baby and Pram and were able to get around 98% as one of the tracks was closed due to refurbishment which left the only option being about 6 stairs but there was an alternate route none the less. The Toilets were also disabled friendly. I would say you would be fine with the wheel chair

over a year ago
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