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Wellington Zoo

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March 18, 2020
Wellington zoo has achieved a good balance of needs of the animals in their care with those of the viewing public. Some good enclosures - you wont see any elephants - the animals you do see are well looked after. A bit of a walk as some steep bits. A flat 10 minute walk from the cottage to get…
January 29, 2020
Wellington Zoo set in the suburb on Newtown a short trip from Wellington, you'll see a bunch of extremely well looked after creatures in comfy habitats.
January 8, 2020
$$ Home to both native species (including Kiwi) and international species like lions, tigers, and sun bears (oh my!), this is a great spot and fun day out.
January 4, 2020
See if you can do an animal encounter whilst you are here.
August 26, 2019
Oldest zoo in New Zealand known for its conservation efforts.

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200 Daniell Street
Wellington, Wellington 6021
Teléfono04-381 6755