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WILD LIFE Sydney promo codes for September 2020

Have a close encounter with Australia's iconic creatures for cheap by nabbing discounted tickets to WILD LIFE Sydney.


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WILD LIFE Sydney Zoo is the place to meet the Aussie Big Five in the big city. That's the koala, kangaroo, platypus, wombat and the saltwater croc.

Those aren't the only critters roaming around this joint. Solely dedicated to Australian animals, you'll discover everything from cassowaries and sugar gliders to frilled neck lizards and scrub pythons under this roof.

We've found great discounts and deals to keep costs down on your next visit.

WILD LIFE Sydney promo codes and discounts

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Sydney attractions multi-entry from just $57 + Extra $10 off with code

Available on select travel dates and attractions including Sydney SEA LIFE Aquarium, WILD LIFE Sydney Zoo, Sydney Tower Eye and Madame Tussauds. Pass if for 2 attractions. Minimum spend of $80 applies. T&Cs apply.

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Up to 52% off Sydney Attraction passes

Available for travel until 30 September 2020 for 3 and 4 attraction passes. Attractions include SEA LIFE Sydney Aquarium, Madame Tussauds Sydney, WILD LIFE Sydney Zoo and Sydney Tower Eye. T&Cs apply.

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Up to 20% off WILD LIFE Sydney admission

Available for travel until 30 June 2021. T&Cs apply.

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Up to 20% off Wild Life Sydney Zoo admission

Available on select date dates until 31 December 2020 and includes a Digi Photo pass. T&Cs apply.

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Buy 5 Sydney attraction passes for the price of 3 + Free SEA LIFE mission pack

Available on select dates until 30 December 2020 for attractions such as SEA LIFE Sydney Aquarium, Madame Tussauds, Sydney Tower Eye, WILD LIFE Sydney Zoo and Illawarra Fly. T&Cs apply.

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Up to 16% off WILD LIFE Sydney Zoo entry

Available until December 2020. T&Cs apply.

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WILD LIFE Sydney's coronavirus (COVID-19) policy

WILD LIFE Sydney Zoo is open with COVID-19 health and safety measures in place. Current opening hours are Thursdays to Mondays from 10am to 4pm. Bookings are essential as entries are timed to limit numbers.

WILD LIFE Sydney Zoo review

WILD LIFE Sydney Zoo is great for young families searching for a fun and educational activity. It's also not a bad option for a date.

What I love about this zoo is that it's all about Australian animals. There are kangaroos, koalas, platypus, Tasmanian devils and a massive saltwater crocodile. The keepers are super friendly and being a smaller zoo the kiddies won't get too tired by the end of it.

Stephanie went to WILD LIFE Sydney on 29 August 2020 as a guest of the zoo.

Stef looking at a tassie devil on WILD LIFE Sydney.

What I liked

  • Location: Unlike other Sydney Zoos where you have to travel a fair way out, WILD LIFE Sydney Zoo is smack bang in the middle of the city.
  • All Australian animals: WILD LIFE Sydney Zoo is one of the few zoos in Sydney that's dedicated to Australian native wildlife. Others are Featherdale Sydney Wildlife in Doonside and the Australian Reptile Park in Somersby which are less convenient to get to if you're staying in the CBD.
  • Indoors: WILD LIFE Sydney Zoo is an indoor zoo which makes it ideal for rainy days.
  • Family friendly: From its modest size to its ramps and minimal steps, parents with prams should have no issue getting around this zoo.

What I didn't like

  • Size: While its size may work for tourists on a limited schedule and families with limited attention spans, those searching to spend a day at the zoo (literally) will be disappointed. The average time spent at WILD LIFE is one to two hours.
  • Lack of interactivity: Due to COVID-19 keeper talks and some interactive exhibits such as the Crocodile Encounter were removed to maintain physical distancing. To get around this, talks were digitised. Under normal circumstances I'm sure the zoo would be buzzing but due to COVID-19 the lack of interactivity took something away from it.

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