Auckland Zoo is home to 126 species and over 1,000 animals. Learn more about Aotearoa's largest home …
*Assistance dog organisations who have approved access to the Zoo:
Assistance Dogs New Zealand
The Royal New Zealand Foundation of the Blind (RNZFB)
Auckland Zoo is proud to serve palm oil-free and free-range food at our four cafes.
There are also a number of picnic areas around Auckland Zoo - sit back and relax with your purchased or packed lunch while enjoying the sights and sounds of the Zoo!
Do not feed the animals - every animal enjoys its own specific, well-balanced diet. We hope that you enjoy some great food on your Zoo visit, but please do not feed any of it to our animals. Our keepers work hard to fulfil our animals' needs.
WildZone gift shop is open every day from 9.30am to 5.30pm and is packed full of fun souvenirs, gifts, clothing, books and toys.
With a strong focus on conservation and sustainability, WildZone offers a range of products made from recyclable and sustainable sources, many of which contribute to humanitarian and conservation projects around the world - so if you're looking for great gifts with heart, then look no further than WildZone.
WildZone gift shop also holds Storytime at 10am on Thursdays (except school holidays) - a fun-filled learning experience for pre-schoolers with exciting animal stories, singing and dancing.
Our Vet Hospital is open to the public and visitors are able to see checkups and routine procedures through large viewing windows.
Next time you visit us, be sure to pop in to the hospital – you may see our team treating an animal or working on groundbreaking wildlife research!
Auckland Zoo is on Motions Road, just west of downtown Auckland and next to the beautiful Western Springs Reserve and Museum of Transport and Technology (MOTAT). MOTAT's tram network provides a link between both attractions.