FREE & Cheap Australia Zoo Tickets | So pleased we found this!
If you are looking for cheap Australia Zoo tickets, you’ve found the right place! This little known offer is good for FREE entry to Australia Zoo and we have a tonnes of ways to get in cheap too!
FREE Australia Zoo Tickets
Australia Zoo wants your kids to celebrate their birthday at their place, so to help them have a happy birthday, they get FREE* admission into Australia Zoo!!
One of our writers checked it out recently so we have all the T&C’s down pat to ensure you get the most out of their special day!
Just like most opportunities for ‘free stuff’ (including free food on your birthday) you need to do a little planning before the big day.
(Keep reading to find out how to get a discount on adult Australia Zoo tickets and family passes!)
How to score FREE Australia Zoo tickets
- Make sure you sign up to the Australia Zoo Birthday Club before the day.
- *It’s $2.50 to join – and if you use the code BIRTHDAY it removes the $2.50 charge, so it’s 100% FREE!
- The free Australia Zoo ticket is valid for kids only and only before their 14th birthday.
- Your child must present acceptable proof of birth date (birth certificate, passport or any government issued id).
- FREE birthday offer is valid for seven (7) days from the date of your birthday. Which means 7 days before OR after.
- Offer is not valid in conjunction with any other offer or discounts.
As per Australia Zoo’s Admissions Policy, Children under 3 years are admitted free. And remember to use the promotional code: BIRTHDAY when buying the tickets online.
So…. here’s the best part that our writer found out. Her kids’ birthdays are two weeks apart – so they went on the weekend in the middle and they BOTH got in for free. Her son took a friend and his birthday was also within the date range and HE got in for free too! She bought her ticket via the Groupon link below, so she got in cheap too!
If that’s not winning at life, I don’t what is! But wait… there’s more….
Cheap Australia Zoo Tickets
I’ll admit that cheap Australia Zoo tickets are pretty hard to come by. So we’ve done some research on your behalf and found the best offers available at the time of writing this article:
The Entertainment Book
If you haven’t yet, do yourself a favour and buy the latest version of the annual The Entertainment Book. They offer the best Australia Zoo discount tickets with a 15% discount. The book usually costs $65 and the savings are excellent. We always get amazing value out of ours. We share the purchase price amongst family members and use the app on our phone. SO EASY!
RACQ cheap / discount Australia Zoo Tickets
If you or someone you know is an RACQ member, you can use the membership to buy discounted Australia Zoo tickets from them. They offer a 10% discount off all tickets and their Australia Zoo deals are well known with locals for children, adults and families. Get your RACQ discounted tickets here.
Other websites to get cheap Australia Zoo discount tickets
These discount coupon sites sometimes have discounted Australia Zoo tickets. Below are listed the current offers for Australia Zoo.
BEST offer as at 1st March 2020: I just found this awesome offer for Australia Zoo. I just bought a discounted adult ticket (use SAVE10 and get an adult ticket for $51.75!) – click here for this discount!!
Second best offer: If you spend $100 AUS with the Klook website you get $10 off your total – this is currently the best deal for Australia Zoo if you need transport. You can also use our exclusive code FMAGKLOOK for $10 AUD off any activity on their site (not just Australia Zoo!).
I have outlined ALL the discounts below – DO check them all!!
Try these Australia Zoo coupon sites:
Australia Zoo tickets includes transport from Brisbane (remember to use FMAGKLOOK for $10 off)
Option 1) Australia Zoo tickets (only)
Option 2) Discounted Australia Zoo & Sea Life combo ticket – save $35.10 on a family pass
REMINDER: We can also get you really cheap into Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary too!
Why is Australia Zoo so expensive?
Think about having to house and feed and care for all of those animals. Think about the shows that are created and displayed and all the staffing requirements. Think about the good work the team at Australia Zoo beyond the zoo itself. Think about your zoo pass price as a small contribution to the care they provide for for our animals and for our planet. Then think about the amazing time you will have creating memories with your family. You might not do it multiple times a year, but it is certainly worth a visit – people travel from across the world to visit, so shouldn’t you pop up the motorway?
History of Australia Zoo
Australia Zoo is a massive 100-acre zoo located in Queensland on the Sunshine Coast near Beerwah/Glass House Mountains.
Australia Zoo was opened by Bob and Lyn Irwin on 3 June 1970 under the name Beerwah Reptile and Fauna Park. Their son, Steve, had helped his parents since childhood to care for crocodiles and reptiles and to maintain the growing number of animals in the zoo.
In 1982 the park was renamed the Queensland Reptile and Fauna Park and the area was doubled with the purchase of another 4 acres. Steve and Terri changed the name of their now growing wildlife park to Australia Zoo. As filming generated extra funds, Steve and Terri put all money raised from filming and merchandise into conservation and building new exhibits.
Australia Zoo won the Australian Tourism Awards for 2003–2004 in the category Major Tourist Attraction. In 2004, the Australian Animal Hospital was opened next to the zoo to help with animal care and rehabilitation. More recently, the zoo was a finalist in two categories for the 2010 Queensland Tourism Awards.
Visitors will see a wide variety of birds, mammals, and reptiles, and can view crocodile feedings, hand-feed elephants, and have hands-on animal encounters.