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Animals
Animals
Animals

Get to Know Our Orangutans

Animals

Get to Know Our Orangutans

Meet Ah Meng and her furry friends at the world's first free-ranging orangutan habitat.

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Zones
Zones
Zones

Family fun at Rainforest KidzWorld

Zones

Family fun at Rainforest KidzWorld

Get up close with our furry friends at our petting zoo Buddy Barn, ride a pony, feed a goat and more!

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Wildlife Tours
Wildlife Tours
Wildlife Tours

Make Your Visit Extra Wild

Wildlife Tours

Make Your Visit Extra Wild

Go behind-the-scenes and get closer to wildlife

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Dine & Shop
Dine & Shop
Dine & Shop

Indulge in a Jungle Breakfast

Dine & Shop

Indulge in a Jungle Breakfast

Start the day in the company of our orangutans in the world's first breakfast experience with animals.

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The Wild Scoop

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Good boy!

What makes Pedro such a good boy? Find out what goes on behind-the-scenes during sealion training.

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Stardust the pangolin orphan

Found orphaned at a bike trail and brought to us for urgent veterinary attention, Stardust is the latest of more than 120 rescued pangolins to come under our care over the last decade.

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The matchmakers

What brought Kabibi the five-year-old fossa to the Zoo? The answer: matchmaking.

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Family
Elephants form tight knit families that do everything together – from travelling, eating, sleeping to even raising calves.
Friends
Zebras congregate and travel in large herds of up to 1000 members for safety from predators.
Couple
Shingleback skinks often search for the same mating partner during each mating season.
Solo
Komodo dragons are typically solitary. Fights often break out in the wild at mealtimes as they jostle for prey.

Beyond Our Park

Explore our conservation, educational and sustainability efforts locally and across the region