Guests will be taken on an amazing Australian journey as they travel into Australia’s most famous and travelled locations.
Walking through eight iconic Australian habitats, this Australian Animal Adventure takes on average 1.5 to 2 hours from start to finish and will see visitors encounter Australia’s most loved and feared animals as they travel to Kakadu Gorge, The Outback, Gum Tree Valley, Daintree Rainforest, Butterfly Tropics and more.
See koalas, kangaroos, wombats, bilbies, snakes, butterflies, birds and one of the world’s largest crocodiles, Rex!
Experience world-class interactive displays and discover incredible walk-through habitats in the beating heart of Sydney.
Home to Sydney’s cutest collection of cuddly Koalas, WILD LIFE’s dedicated Koala habitat is located on its scenic rooftop.
Relax with a drink at the rooftop cafe, and then meet the koalas! Koala Encounters invites you to pat one of these iconic animals, and purchase a photo of yourself with the Koalas, perfect for making your friends and family jealous
Take a hop back in time at Wallaby Cliffs! This diverse terrain of jagged cliffs and grassy plains is home to only the toughest, most well-adapted Australian animals.
Yellow-footed Rock-wallabies use their tails for balance as they scamper among the escarpments, while Hairy-nosed Wombats amble around munching grasses and finding shelter down deep burrows.
Take wing to the Butterfly Tropics in Australia’s Tropical North, with distinct wet and dry seasons, warm temperature and lush greenery and billabongs all year round.
Be amazed at the diverse range of animals living in the Butterfly Tropics, with beautiful butterflies, vividly coloured snakes and frogs amongst the foliage, and turtles and crocodiles gliding through the water.
Located in Queensland, the Daintree Rainforest’s habitat has been replicated at WILD LIFE Sydney and is home to tropical, humidity-loving creatures like the spectacular Double-Wattled Cassowary – the most dangerous bird in the world, which is also listed on the endangered species list.
Rainforests are the most ecologically diverse places anywhere on the planet, with unique, beautiful and sometime bizarre plants and animals including Red-legged Pademelon, Boyds Forest Dragons, and a colourful array of birds.
Freezing cold nights, blazing hot days and shrub-dotted red sand as far as the eye can see... it can only be one thing, Australia's iconic Outback!
Australia’s outback is one of the most extreme habitats on the planet. Far from a barren landscape, the Red Centre is teeming with plants and animals including the iconic Red Kangaroo, Emu, Frilled-neck Lizard and more!
Marvel at the endless variety of the Northern Territory’s Top End landscape, ranging from deep gorges and grasslands to floodplains and estuary flats.
Kakadu Gorge is home to freshwater turtles, beautiful birds and the Saltwater Crocodile- the largest reptile on Earth!
WILD LIFE Sydney is also home to the Gum Tree Valley and a Nightfall habitat, which takes visitors on a trip into the after-dark, nocturnal world of bilbies, quolls and sugar-gliders.