Australia’s beach and theme park capital is also an exciting backdrop to unique animal encounters. Theme parks house one of the largest populations of captive tigers in the country at Dreamworld, and Sea World houses the only polar bears in Australia and the largest oceanarium in the southern hemisphere. Looking for something even more Australian? Then hit the local wildlife parks or take a drive to the tropical hinterland just behind the city to see Australian animals in their natural habitats.
Brisbane Australia doesn’t house a city zoo – but it does have more sunshine per day than any other Australian capital. In Brisbane you will be close to many top-rated wildlife parks where you can visit Australian animals. Looking for more? Then take a one hour drive north and visit the world famous Australia Zoo – you won’t be disappointed.
Stu @ the Zoo TV
Alma Park Zoo – CLOSED
Photos from Queensland