Have you every dreamed of sleeping with lions and tigers and bears … OH MY. Here is your chance.
Just as some of the animals and birds are turning are preparing for sleep, the nocturnals’ alarms are going off, making Taronga Zoo a great place to be at night. The zoo comes alive as a interesting place of sights and sounds.
Roar ‘n’ Snore kicks off at dusk. Your overnight Zoo experience begins with refreshments on arrival at the Education Centre. This is followed by an opportunity to get up close and personal with some of the Zoo’s friendliest creatures. After an outback dinner you can hike through the Zoo on a night safari, led by a Zoo educator, to sneak a nocturnal peak at the animals. As a Roar & Snore camper, you’ll sleep in a four-person safari tent (provided) pitched under the stars. You will rise to the warbles, rumbles, squeaks, growls and roars of the animals greeting the day. Your wildlife adventure continues with breakfast before a two-hour behind-the-scenes walk. You are also welcome to spend the next day exploring the Zoo during the daylight hours.
For safety reasons, children younger than 5 years of age are not permitted. Children must be accompanied and supervised by a parent or guardian. A maximum of four children per adult are allowed for supervision purposes.
I can not wait until my kids are older and can enjoy a night with the animals