Please be advised we are currently operating under a COVID Management Plan. Some entry restrictions apply. Please visit SA Health Contact Tracing website here for the most up-to-date information regarding South Australians restrictions. We expect to reach our COVID-19 capacity during this period – please book date-specific tickets online here. On days when we are sold out, a number of tickets *might* become available as guests leave.

Cotton-top Tamarin

Meet our cheeky monkeys! Adelaide Zoo is home to a family group of Cotton-top Tamarins consisting of two males and three females. Dominant male Tomo was born at Mogo Zoo on 14 December 2003 and moved to Adelaide in 2006…

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Orange-bellied Parrot

Meet our colourful parrots! Adelaide Zoo is home to a small group of critically endangered Orange-bellied Parrots. For more than 14 years the zoo has played an integral part in a national program to ensure the long-term survival of the…

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White-cheeked Gibbon

Meet our gorgeous gibbons! Adelaide Zoo is home to a family group of White-cheeked Gibbons. Dad, Rhemus was born on 26 June 1996 at Zoo Duisburg, Germany, arriving at Adelaide Zoo in August 2006. He’s a wonderful father and very…

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Western Swamp Tortoise

Meet our tiny tortoises! Adelaide Zoo is home to Australia’s most endangered reptile, the Western Swamp Tortoise. Since 2003 Adelaide Zoo, in partnership with Perth Zoo, has been a part of a specialised breeding program to ensure the long-term survival…

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Meet our soulful siamangs! Adelaide Zoo is home to two siamangs who live on their leafy Southeast Asian island habitat. Dominant male, Niran was born on 24 June 1989. He can be recognised by his distinct grey hair and is very much…

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Sumatran Orangutan

Meet our intriguing orangutans! Kluet, the zoo’s male orang-utan was born on 18 July 1995 at Jersey Zoo in the UK, arriving at Adelaide Zoo in May 2007. Kluet exhibits the defining characteristics of a large adult male orangutan, with…

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Roll on July when Light Creatures at Adelaide Zoo starts as part of Illuminate Adelaide.

About Zoos SA

Zoos SA is a not-for-profit conservation charity that exists to connect people with nature and save species from extinction.

Zoos SA acknowledges the Country on which we stand always was, and always will be, Aboriginal land and we pay our deepest respect and gratitude to Kaurna (Adelaide Zoo) and Ngarrindjeri (Monarto Safari Park) Elders, past, present and emerging.

We undertake critical conservation work throughout Australia and acknowledge the traditional custodians of these lands.


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