Australia Zoo Croc Express from Brisbane
9am - 5:30pm
Travel north from Brisbane to Australia Zoo enjoying views of the majestic Glasshouse Mountains bordered by pineapple farms and pine forests as you travel along Steve Irwin Way scenic route. There is plenty of time (approximately 6 hours) to experience this wildlife Theme Park. Witness many shows including crocodile feeding and snake handling. The handlers even walk some animals through the park so you can get an up close and personal. Australia Zoo believes in conservation through exciting education and will ensure you have a wildlife experience you’ll never forget.
Australia Zoo is located on Queensland's beautiful Sunshine Coast. Just 45 minutes north of Brisbane on Steve Irwin Way, it is the home of some of Australia's most unique and amazing wildlife, as well as some remarkable animals from overseas. Your visit to the Home of The Crocodile Hunter will definitely thrill and amaze you! Get up close and personal with amazing animals and experience all the wildlife action. See the cheeky otters, learn all about tigers and watch the world-famous Wildlife Warriors Show with all the slithering, swooping, jaw-snapping action of saltwater crocodiles, birds and snakes LIVE in the Mount Franklin Crocoseum.
Complimentary hotel pickup and drop off
Entry to Australia Zoo
5:30 PM Hotel Accommodation
Travel north to the Sunshine Coast catching glimpses of the magnificent Glasshouse Mountains
Australia Zoo - made famous by Steve and Terri Irwin and their global documentaries
Watch the Australia Zoo Wildlife Warrior Show in the Crocoseum where all the crocodile action happens!
Jump on board Steve's Safari Shuttle hosted by friendly and knowledgeable guides
Perhaps have a bite to eat at the Feeding Frenzy Foodcourt (own expense)
Free-flight bird show
Animal encounters allow you to get amongst it and get involved
Koalas, kangaroos, snakes, birds, alligators, possums and much more!
Visit the Tiger Temple - home to the critically endangered Sumatran and Bengal Tigers
See the amazing multi species Africa exhibit
The Fine Print
Child age is from 3 to 14 inclusive.
Be Sun Smart- Queensland's sun can be quite fierce, even during winter, so remember to bring a hat, sunglasses and sunscreen.
Rain Poncho- Queensland weather can often be unpredictable so it is advisable to bring a poncho or rain jacket to the Zoo.
Water- A day at the Zoo can be very thirsty work, so make sure that you bring a water bottle with you. There are water fountains around the Zoo so that you can refill your bottle.
Snacks/Food- Feel free to bring your own food and snacks to Australia Zoo. There are plenty of nice shady areas to enjoy a picnic lunch, so bring a blanket and enjoy the beautiful surroundings.
Camera- There will be plenty of fantastic photo opportunities during your visit so make sure you bring your camera. Don't forget to also bring extra film/memory cards and batteries so that you don't miss out on any of the action.
There is a lot to see and do at Australia Zoo and there will be plenty of walking involved, so make sure you wear comfortable clothes and sensible shoes.
You may also want to bring a jumper as the afternoons can get quite cool, especially during the winter months.
ATMs and EFTPOS facilities, it is still advisable to bring some cash with you. Kiosks only accept cash, as does the Kids Zoo, where you can purchase animal food.
Motorised scooter hire
Wheelchair accessible elevator
Parents' nursing rooms
Toddler seats in bathroom stalls for parents' convenience
Free rides, including a jumping castle and teacup ride