Monarto Safari Park and Adelaide Zoo are open under SA Health COVID Management Plans. You must book a ticket prior to your visit, wear a face mask at all times, and follow our entry restrictions. Read more here.


Adelaide Zoo

Adelaide Zoo inspires a sense of wonder for animals, bringing learning to life.

Adelaide Zoo learning experiences for Secondary students focus on themes related to the Australian Curriculum; Science, Geography, Ethical understandings, Sustainability and Asia. Students get close up to animals and make connections between conservation and the decisions we make every day.

Daily learning experiences – Zoo educator led sessions

Careers at the Zoo – Working in the animal industry
Ecosystems and biodiversity – Human impacts
Biomes and food security – Deforestation and food production inquiry

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Careers Awareness Day for individual students interested in the animal industry.

Overnight experiences – Zoo educator led sessions

Experience the thrill of spending a wild night at Adelaide Zoo by booking one of our Zoosnooze sleepovers! We provide everything you need to unlock our animal secrets at night– all you need is a sense of wonder.

Secondary Zoosnooze
Friday night Zoosnooze

Self-guided excursions

If you are planning a self-guided visit (with no Zoo Educator led sessions), fill out this form and click on SUBMIT. Allow at least 5 to 10 working days between submitting this form and your intended excursion date.

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Print and go resources

Digital learning experiences

Daily animal presentations

Meet the keeper – availability of public presentations can vary without notice

Information about our animals

RSPCA Animal Care facts and advice

Consider the following information to ensure a fabulous learning experience at Adelaide Zoo.

Adelaide Zoo Learning teacher information

Adelaide Zoo COVID-19 regulations for schools

Contact: Adelaide Zoo Learning (08) 8230 1258 or email

Monarto Safari Park

Explore Monarto Safari Park’s wide open spaces and iconic animals.

Our specialist Conservation Educators focus on hands-on, action based learning strategies to develop positive attitudes towards conservation and sustainability. Years 8 to 10 programs are underpinned by themes related to the Australian Curriculum; Science, Geography, Ethical understandings and Sustainability.

Daily learning experiences – Zoo educator led sessions

Horticulture and conservation – get hands-on with plant propagation!
Zoo Crew

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Overnight experiences

Monarto Overnights provide opportunities for students to have fun, work together and learn about the role Monarto Safari Park plays in conservation, and how they can make a real difference. Visit some of the ‘Off Limits’ areas of Monarto Safari Park and get involved in hands-on activities. Explore the Indaba Bush Camp and surrounds during night time activities led by the Overnight Educator.

Monarto Safari Park Overnight flyer

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Free downloadable learning resources

Mallee Forest Activities

Daily animal presentations

Meet the keeper – availability of public presentations can vary without notice

Information about our animals

Consider the following for a fantastic Monarto Safari Park experience.

Monarto Safari Park Planning your visit

Monarto Safari Park Risk Assessment

Monarto Safari Park Learning Experiences summary and costs

Contact: Monarto Safari Park Learning (08) 8548 9517or email

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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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