Adelaide Zoo and Monarto Safari Park are closed to the public from 5pm, Wednesday, 25 March 2020 until further notice. For more information CLICK HERE

Since you can't come to us - we'll bring the animals to you.

pandaSpending time surrounded by nature is a great way to beat the Coronavirus blues. Unfortunately, while our physical sites are now closed, we hope this page, full of videos, live streams directly from Adelaide Zoo and Monarto Safari Park, colouring fun and much more, will help you stay connected to nature and bring some joy to you and your family.

In addition, we’ll make sure to keep you updated with fresh animal content on our Facebook pages for Adelaide Zoo and Monarto Safari Park and on Instagram at @zoossa as best as we can!

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Live streams - check out what our animals are up to, LIVE!

Drop in at any time to catch up with Adelaide Zoo’s Giant Pandas Wang Wang and Fu Ni and Monarto Safari Park’s Southern White Rhino bull Ibutho and entire Chimpanzee troop – LIVE! Our live stream cameras will allow you to see the animals throughout the day and watch them feed, sleep, explore and, in the chimpanzees’ case, watch as the three adorable little ones play together. We’re bringing the zoo to you so you can stay #athomewiththeanimals.

Can’t see the animals? As our animals’ areas are larger than our cameras can capture and our animals can choose where they hang out, you may not see them at all times. Simply come back later and spot them then.

Giant Panda Cam at Adelaide Zoo

Wang Wang and Fu Ni are Australasia’s only breeding pair of Giant Pandas.

Ibutho (Southern White Rhino) Cam at Monarto Safari Park

Ibutho, Monarto Safari Park’s Southern White Rhino bull is the first resident of our new Wild Africa development. Here you can see him in his night quarters, which is adjacent to his super roomy outdoor yard.

Chimpanzee Dayroom Cam at Monarto Safari Park

Monarto Safari Park is home to twelve cheeky chimpanzees! The group consists of four adult females, four adult males, an adolescent female, a young male and two female infants. Can’t see them right now? Try checking the Habitat cam – they might be outside!

Chimpanzee Habitat Cam at Monarto Safari Park

Did you know that Chimpanzees are our closest living relatives, sharing approximately 98.7% of our DNA? Can’t see the troop right now? Try checking the Dayroom cam – they might be inside!

Didn't see any animals in our live stream?

Check out our highlights video below.


Favourite videos of our animals




People of the zoo!



Head to our YouTube channel for more videos!

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Fun for everyone

Animal welfare colouring book:

Colouring page

Please note that dates and competitions mentioned on these colouring sheets are closed and not current.

Teddy Bears’ Picnic story-time colouring:



Dinosaurs colouring:

Zoo times puzzle corner:

Puzzle Corner

Animal welfare at home

Pets at home need the same considerations as zoo animals when it comes to nutrition, environment, behaviour and health. Our Animal Welfare Tool for pets lets you assess the welfare of your animals in your own home, and includes helpful tips and advice for ensuring your pet is leading a happy and healthy life.

Click here to get started!

Animal welfare analysis




Love seeing our animals? Become a Zoos SA Member today

As a conservation charity, we rely heavily on community support through visitation, memberships, and donations to operate.

Our community is like family and your ongoing support means the world – we know many of you are doing it tough right now and now, more than ever, we appreciate your support.

We don’t know what the future will bring, but, one thing we’re sure of, is that while COVID-19 tries its best to stop us in our tracks, it cannot and will not stop us from our ongoing mission to save animals from extinction

Plus, all Zoos SA memberships will be extended by the duration for which we are closed. So join now and you won’t miss out!

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