Visit the Virtual Zoo

Self-isolation doesn’t mean you can’t stay connected. We want to help you get lost for a moment, engage with the community and experience some of the things that make NSW so special. Now’s the time to take a virtual visit and love our wildlife from home.

Zoos, wildlife parks, aquariums and farms around NSW know how cute animals can boost your mood, so many have created new live streams for you to enjoy from home. Tune in for feeding time, keeper talks or just the soothing sounds of chickens pecking through their field.

Tiger at Taronga Zoo in Sydney

Taronga Zoo Sydney

Hang out with tigers, seals and Asian elephants all day at Taronga Zoo Sydney. There are also keeper talks and other new videos uploaded to the YouTube channel regularly.

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Meerkat in Mogo Wildlife Park

Mogo Wildlife Park

Zookeeper Chad from Mogo Wildlife Park is on hand to answer your animal questions with the new #AskAZookeeper video diaries. Check out the Facebook page for his latest updates and you can even submit your own questions.

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Wombat at Symbio Wildlife Park - Helensburgh

Symbio Wildlife Park

The keepers at Symbio are committed to bringing you your daily dose of cute critters even when the doors are closed. Join them for live streams of wombat feeding, koala napping and curious meerkats throughout the day.

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Rocky the Saltwater Crocodile - Wild Life Sydney Zoo

Wild Life Sydney Zoo

Go behind the scenes at Wild Life Sydney Zoo for crocodile feeding, quokka cuddles or kicking back with kangaroos. Live streams are usually held in the afternoons, but check their Facebook page for details.

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Dolphin Marine Conservation Park

Dolphin Marine Conservation Park

Splash around with the team from Dolphin Marine Conservation Park in Coffs Harbour. They are hosting regular live streams where you can meet dolphins, sea lions, seals, turtles and more.

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Visit the virtual zoo - Eco Eggs

Eco Eggs

With farms dotted through regional and coastal NSW, Eco Eggs produces free range eggs from happy chickens.

See them in the field with the live Chook Cam.

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