Visit Alma Park Zoo

Alma Park Zoo

Located just north of Brisbane in Australia, the Alma Park Zoo is a small park full of native Australian animals. The park spans approximately 20 acres and is filled with exotic creatures enclosed in a tropical garden and rainforest environment.

Animals on display at the Alma Zoo include typical Australian creatures such as wombats, monkeys, crocodiles, water buffaloes and koalas that may be seen and photographed twice daily at the zoo. Visitors have a chance to pat the koalas when they are out but times are limited due to the protective rights of the animals.

Alma Park Zoo

Keeper talks and presentations about Ring-tailed Lemur, Red Pandas, Koala’s, Snakes, Crocodiles, Baboons, Spider Monkeys and Camels. Enjoy the antics of the Capuchins, Marmosets, Tamarins and Squirrel Monkeys with seven different species of primates. Hand feed the kangaroos, emus, wallabies, deer and many more.

Alma Park zoo is open year round but closed on Christmas Day. Hours may vary due to the season. The zoo‘s main office provides a schedule of hours and closures. The zoo offers a small souvenir shop and café for hungry visitors. The family friendly environment provides comfortable outdoor seating and picnic tables for enjoying the sunshine and company.

The zoo is surrounded by tropical landscaping and walking paths intertwine through the trees and shrubs. Canopies of rainforest trees and tropical plants surround the area. Scattered throughout the walking paths are animal enclosures and viewing places. Photography is welcome but signs may indicate when and if a flash may be used.

Alma Road, Brisbane, Dakabin QLD 4503, Australia


Note: Alma Park Zoo is moving to land alongside the Pacific Motorway at Loganholme and expected to happen in early 2012 and will be renamed Logan’s Alma Park Zoo.

Date posted: 18th November, 2017

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