Adelaide Zoo is open from 9:30am – 5pm every day of the year, including Christmas and all public holidays
Please note the opening times for the following areas:
9:45am – 4:45pm
9:30am – 4:45pm
10:00am – 4:30pm
10:00am – 4:30pm
9:30am – 4:30pm
Family/Mini Group: $98.50
Adelaide Zoo is situated on Frome Road, near the River Torrens. Entry is via Frome Road (follow the signs) or Plane Tree Drive next to the Adelaide Botanic Gardens.
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A Blanck Canvas is a multi-disciplinary creative workshop founded in 2013. Founder Joe Blanck, has collected and curated a team of wondrous talent, all housed in a creative super ship just outside of Melbourne.
Specialising in large-scale roving puppets, props, sets and site-specific installations for film, theatre and events, A Blanck Canvas launched A Blanck Canvas Productions in 2020.
Bringing together a team of talented puppet and prop-making wizards, engineers, SFX professionals, international performers, project managers, costume and graphic designers in one space, Joe continues to strive to create unique, beautiful works that blend technology and artistry, to transport audiences and transform their relationship to nature and the world around them.
Monkeystack make animation, experiences and games that entertain, engage, and educate. Proudly South Australian, they work locally, national and internationally across broad industries from entertainment, education, corporate and health; to research, manufacturing and defence.
Monkeystack combine the best screen and projection based technologies, interactivity, and innovation with the art of storytelling. Over a 17 year history, they have produced award winning animation series, gamified entire theme parks, built apps and games, captured places and people in VR and AR, produced learning experiences and developed experiential spaces.
They’re good people who like to work with good people to produce good things.
Jack Kanya Kudnuitya Buckskin is a proud Kaurna and Narungga man who has dedicated his life to learning and passing on his knowledge and language of the Adelaide Plains to future generations of Kaurna people.
Jack has been a strong icon in the revitalisation process of Kaurna language through managing and performing song and dance with Kuma Kaaru Cultural Services and through teaching Kaurna language.
He believes that as Kaurna language has come from the land this is the only place in the world you will find it, it was in the country before we were born and it is our duty to ensure it continues by learning and using it together.
Elizabeth Yanyi Close is an Anangu woman from the Pitjantjatjara and Yankunytjatjara language groups in Central Australia, and an established Contemporary Aboriginal Visual Artist based in Adelaide.
She has spent the past 14 years crafting a dynamic multi-disciplinary visual arts practice that speaks to both her own, personal Connection to Country, and the concept of connection to place and space more broadly.
She works in the mediums of 2D visual arts, large scale muralist installations and digital media.
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Jimy is a technologist working at the intersection of digital media art installation and architectural design projects. A consistent theme running through Jimy’s work is the disguise of fiction as reality with the intention to invoke a sense of childlike wonder and curiosity.