Go Wild at Wildlife HQ Zoo – the Big Pineapple Zoo!

Wildlife HQ Zoo cockatoo
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Immersed in a beautiful rainforest setting in the Sunshine Coast hinterland, Wildlife HQ Zoo is home to over 250 species of native and exotic animals from around the world.

This beautiful family-friendly zoo is easy to find – it’s right next to The Big Pineapple, just an 80-minute drive from the Gateway Bridge!

Wild Encounters at Wildlife HQ Zoo

Animal lovers over 8 years old can connect with meerkats, red pandas, lemurs, koalas, dingos and monkeys in a Wild Encounter, or how about being a Zoo Keeper for a day – you can do that at Wildlife HQ too!

Zoo Keeper for a Day

The Zoo Keeper for a Day experience is a perfect weekend or school holiday activity for an animal lover. The package includes an average of 6 up close and personal experiences that can be tailored to your child’s interests. Your child will have a personalised tour of their chosen animals, along with a keeper who can tell them all about the animals they are meeting.

New cafe at Wildlife HQ Zoo

Wildlife HQ Zoo Cotton Top Tamarins

At Wildlife HQ you can dine alongside the Cotton Top Tamarins at the zoo’s fabulous new café. The café is conveniently located close to the free ranging wallabies, the Asian Rainforest (Mali the sun bear lives here!) and the South American Trail, home to wild cats and primates.

Enjoy fresh sandwiches and wraps, burgers, hot chips, fruit salad and sweet treats. Why not also grab a delicious barista made coffee or milkshake ‘to go’ whilst venturing around the Zoo.

Your favourite animals

Wildlife HQ Zoo provides a unique and exciting experience in a natural friendly environment that will empower and educate the community to be involved in the conservation of wildlife and their habitat.

You can visit the zoo every day except Christmas Day. Find out more and plan your visit at whqzoo.com. For more great leisure attractions to visit with your family, click here.

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