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Mogo Zoo

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Published November 9th 2013
Its all cheeky monkey business
There is some cheeky monkey business going on at the Mogo Zoo - the only zoo in Australia with the largest collection of primates. There are eleven different primate species in total and it sure does get noisy and mischievous here!

Some cute and funny exotic monkeys...


There are also five big cats, five African natives, six reptiles, and six large and small mammals including the Eastern Grey kangaroo, which can grow up to two metres tall and of course, the very cute looking deer!

Just relaxing...


The zoo is committed to the survival of endangered animals and provides a home for over two hundred animals with more than 42 rare and exotic species.

There are animal encounters, keeper's talks and feed shows- please check the website for more information.

The zoo is wheelchair friendly with wheelchair access to all animal enclosures; there are picnic and BBQ areas as well as a cafe to enjoy a meal.

A picturesque picnic spot...


The zoo is located in the very picturesque historical mining town of Mogo, which is around 10km from Batemans Bay.

It is certainly a place to visit and experience animals in their natural habitat.

A beautiful patterned Giraffe, cute Meerkat, Green Iguana and a hungry Otter...
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Why? A great day out to experience exotic animals.
When: Every day from 9am to 5pm (Closed on Christmas Day)
Phone: (02) 4474-4930
Where: 222 Tomakin Road Mogo NSW
Cost: Adults- $29.50 16 years and over, Children (3 to 15 years)- $16, under 3 years free, Student- $23.50 (16 years & over with I.D. card), Seniors- $23.50, Family- $85 2 adults and 2 children (aged between 3-15yrs)
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