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Australia Zoo by Croc Express Coach

  • Day trip to Australia Zoo aboard a Cross Express coach
  • Enjoy the day at Australia Zoo and see exhibits of crocodiles, elephants and tigers
  • See educational and supervised wildlife talks and demonstrations
Australia Zoo by Croc Express Coach
From US$100.27
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Brisbane DepartureMost Popular
Pickup and drop-off from centrally located Brisbane hotels. Returns at 5:30pm.
From US$100.27
Gold Coast Departure
Pickup and drop-off from centrally located Gold Coast hotels. Returns at 6:30pm
From US$107.49
Observe amazing animals from Down Under and around the world at the famous Australia Zoo — Home of the Crocodile Hunter! The legacy of Steve Irwin and his family, this conservation center aims to educate visitors about wildlife and help preserve endangered species for the future. Ride to the zoo from your Brisbane or Gold Coast hotel in an air-conditioned Croc Express coach, and enjoy 6 hours of free time to browse the fantastic mammal, bird and reptile exhibits. Watch supervised educational demonstrations by animal handlers.
What to Expect
The world-famous Australia Zoo was founded by the late Crocodile Hunter Steve Irwin and his family and is dedicated to conserving wildlife through education and research. Skip the stress of driving to the zoo, and relax on the ride from your Brisbane or Gold Coast hotel in an air-conditioned Croc Express coach. Along the way, soak up scenic views of the Glass House Mountains and the pineapple farms that line Steve Irwin Way.
When you arrive at the zoo, enjoy nearly 6 hours of free time to spend however you wish. Stroll among exhibits housing impressive mammals, birds and reptiles, including many Outback and bush species like Tasmanian devils, wombats, dingoes and kangaroos. You’ll also see animals from around the globe, such as giraffes, rhinos and zebras at the new African savannah exhibit. Learn about the impressive endangered species and breeding programs that Australia Zoo is involved with. 
See snakes, crocs, free-flight birds and other creatures that helped make the Crocodile Hunter famous at the exciting Wildlife Warriors show in the Crocoseum, See Itinerary below for a sample schedule of supervised feedings, shows and demonstrations.
When your time at the zoo comes to an end, reboard the Croc Express and relax on the return drive to your hotel.
Reviews (139)
11 - 15 of 16 reviews
Reviewed 9 July 2018
Best Zoo ever been to

walk among the kangaroos and feed them ,wander in the parks and see koalas in the trees.I did not see any animals in cages . A wonderful zoo ,spent the whole day there .Food courts were good as well.

Date of experience: June 2018
Thank Carol S
Reviewed 26 June 2018
Zoo was awesome, the express coach guide not so much

This a review of the Croc Express Coach, not the Australia Zoo. The zoo was amazing. The coach was not. We got picked up near our hotel, which was nice. We then were transferred to the express coach at a local transit station. The 'guide',...More

Date of experience: June 2018
10  Thank lorimac10
Reviewed 4 May 2018 via mobile

This is my second visit here. The first I took my children and months later we returned with flowers and candles on the passing of STEVE. This time I Took the Grandsons and one of my daughters to Australia Zoo and what a wonderful day...More

2  Thank Dianne S
Reviewed 2 April 2018
Crocodile Hunter's paradise

This is a great day trip to the World famous Australia Zoo, home of the crocodile hunter Steve Irwin. We were picked up at our Brisbane hotel by a shuttle that takes you to the Brisbane transit center. Then, depending on the group size, either...More

Date of experience: March 2018
1  Thank Mi Irû C
Reviewed 5 March 2018
It's very clean, very well run.

I'm sure that the rest of the zoo's in the world are not happy with this place calling itself a zoo, as the fast majority of the animals are fully domesticated, and pretty much every area centers on a theatrical presentation, but it is a...More

Date of experience: February 2018
2  Thank Duncan C
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Georgie M
19 January 2019|
Response from 787salinab | Reviewed this property |
Hi, I’m Not sure we went by car, it’s a fantastic day out and worth every penny