Zoodoo Wildlife Park
Conveniently located close to the iconic and historic village of Richmond, Zoodo is an exciting hands-on wildlife park. The park is home to a large range of native, reptiles, agricultural and exotic animals including camels (though these days there are more wild camels in Australia than anywhere else in the world!), Bengal tigers and rare white African lions. If it is animals of the native variety you would like to see, all you would expect to see are here – koalas, emus, kangaroos, wallabies, rare albino wallabies, and of the cause, the most famous Tassie native of them all, the Tasmanian Devil.
There are plenty of opportunities for hands on petting and feeding small animals as well as photo opportunities with them all, including up close with a koala.
Not to be missed is a safari bus tour which runs all day and is included in the entry price. The safari bus takes visitors on a tour of the top of the property and into the paddocks where visitors are brought incredibly close to the larger animals such as llama, deer, camels and emus.
There is a cafe where snacks and a range of refreshments are available. The park also has picnic facilities, including BBQs and an under cover seating area.
Opening Hours and Entry
Zoodoo is open from 9 AM to 5 PM every day with the exception of Good Friday and Christmas Day.
Adult (13+) Ticket $22.00
Senior discount available
Child (3-12) Ticket $12.00
Infant (0-2) Ticket Free
Group Booking and Mobile Petting Zoo Booking available on request.
Zoodo Wildlife Park
Location: 620 Middle Tea Tree Road, Richmond TAS
Contact: (03) 62602444.
About Zoodo Wildlife Park
Zoodoo offers an exciting experience and enables all visitors to get up close and personal with amazing creatures. Zoodoo offers all day attractions and access including free rides for kids, safari bus tour, coffee shop, BBQ & picnic facilities. Zoodoo Wildlife Park is located just 6km from the historic township of Richmond.
Zoodoo Wildlife Park is located just 6km from historical Richmond and is based on 80 acres of farmland. Originally an ostrich farm and a miniature pony stud, Zoodoo officially opened its doors to the public on the 2nd of July, 1999. Starting off small, with only a handful of native animals, Zoodoo has since become one of the largest wildlife parks in Tasmania. Now offering a large range of native, agricultural and exotic animals, Zoodoo has something for everyone.
Zoodoo Wildlife Park is renowned for its hands-on approach which allows you to get closer to some of your favourite animals than you ever thought possible. With the acquisition of Bengal tigers in 2008 and now African lions in 2009 the future looks bright for Zoodoo and its customers. Zoodoo Wildlife Park is committed to giving people the opportunity to appreciate native and exotic wildlife in a setting which is both comfortable for the animal and pleasurable for the customer.