Sydney zoo is a part of the newly opened Bungarribee super park precinct that will provide its visitors a unique animal encounter and educational experience. It uses innovative technology and design to become one of the major family attractions in Australia. It is set to become a world-class zoo that provides an exciting yet safe environment for both visitors and animals.
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What Makes Sydney Zoo Unique
The design aims to provide an immersive experience for visitors. Unlike traditional zoos, Sydney zoo will provide a safari-like with experience with its innovative design. Some of the major elements in its design will include:
- Elevated boardwalks that give visitors a giraffe’s eye-view
- Cleverly hidden water features and carefully designed terrain
Furthermore, Sydney zoo is also planning to be world’s first energy independent zoo, using solar power. It also has a water sensitive urban design and will work towards zero waste strategy.
The innovative technology will enable visitors to take personalized tours around the zoo with stories about individual animals sent straight to your smart device in real-time with regular updates. Visitors will also be able to see animals online through live-streaming cameras so that they can continue their connection with animals long after their visit.
Indigenous Cultural Focus
The Sydney Zoo proposal also includes an integrated Aboriginal and natural heritage program, which will educate visitors about Sydney’s Aboriginal heritage through guided tours and phone apps. This effort will mainly incorporate Darug people, who are the traditional custodians of the land on which the zoo will be built.
Sydney zoo will be set in the heart of Western Sydney, with easy transport access, only minutes away from other main entertainment attractions in the city.
What are the Key Attractions in the Sydney Zoo
Sydney zoo will have approximately 30 exhibits and numerous animal species including exotic Australian animals. The zoo will be divided into several regions according to the animals’ natural habitats. Some of these animal species will include:
- Eastern Grey Kangaroos
- Bush Tailed Rock Wallabies
- African Wild Dogs
- Lowland Gorillas
- Arboreal Monkeys
- Hamadryas baboons
South East Asian Tropical
- Sun Bears
- Asiatic Elephants
In addition, the zoo will also contain restaurants, cafes, kiosks, gift shops, picnic areas and amenities.
All these attractions as well as the zoo’s design, location, and technology will make the Sydney zoo a unique, world-class zoo.