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    Attractions: Richmond

    Originally an ostrich farm and miniature pony stud, Zoodoo first opened to the public in July 1999 with just a few native animals. It has grown quickly to become one of the Tasmania's largest wildlife parks and today boasts meerkats, white African lions and zebras among many other native and foreign species of animals and birds.

    SZoodoo Zoo is a uniquely hands-on wildlife park located in Richmond, near Hobart Airport. Visitors are able to get up-close and personal with such a huge variety of friendly animals. Visitors can hand-feed the roaming kangaroos and wallabies in the large Australian native park. In this area there are also Tasmanian devils, quolls, gliders and many other native Australian animals.

    Zoodoo has an indoor animal nursery featuring the young animals of the park and free rides for the children. The Safari bus takes visitors on a tour of the property. Tours are run by the friendly staff and even friendlier range of animals from around the world. Tours run all day and is an experience that is often a highlight for most visitors.

    Zoodoo has Tasmania's largest range of exotic animals including a variety of monkey species, tigers, lions and many many more. Lion feeding and keeper's tours run daily at 11am and 2pm. There is a coffee shop, barbecue and picnic facilities onsite. Admission to the park includes full access to all activities and attractions with no time limit.



    Opening times: Daily 9am - 5pm (Closed Christmas Day and Good Friday). Entry fees apply.



    Where Is it?: 620 Middle Tea Tree Road, Richmond, Tasmania, 7025

    Phone: (03) 6260 2444/a>