You’ll have a roaring good time.
Animal live streams have kept us entertained during lockdown. But, you’ll soon see your favourite animals again in real life. With the easing of restrictions around Melbourne, Zoos Victoria are welcoming visitors back at a limited capacity from Tuesday October 26 onwards.
Melbourne Zoo, Werribee Open Range Zoo and Healesville Sanctuary will all throw open their gates to animal-loving visitors. However, you must buy your tickets online first. This is to ensure that the zoo adheres to capacity limits and safe physical distancing. Everyone, including babies and Zoo Members, must buy a ticket online.
Visitors over the age of 16 will need to be vaccinated. Staff will be checking for proof of vaccination prior to entry. If you have a valid medical exemption, you will need to bring proof from an authorised medical practitioner.
Visitors must also check in upon arrival through the Services Victoria app.
Everyone aged 12 and above must also wear a fitted face mask, both indoors and outdoors.
Ticket details are on sale now.
For more information about Zoos Victoria and their reopening plans, click here.