My Australian Africa
- Adelaide Hills Wine Tour – Full Day
- Adelaide Hills Wine Tour – Half Day
- Adelaide Hills Regional Gallery
- Hahndorf Inn
- Oktoberfest Hahndorf 2011
- National Motor Museum
- Monarto Zoo
- Mount Lofty Summit
- Warrawong Wildlife Sancturay
- Longview Vineyard
- Tractor Shed Wine Sale
- Tasting weekends
- Kersbrook Hill Wines
- Blefari Carey Gully Vineyards
- Griffin Wines
- Magpie Springs
Located 60kms east of Adelaide and sister to Adelaide Zoo, Monarto is a new concept combining an open-range zoo with a natural wilderness sanctuary that plays a vital role in breeding programs for threatened species. Safari tours depart regularly and drive through habitats to view cheetah, giraffe, lions, Southern White rhinoceros, meerkats and much more. View free-ranging kangaroos and emus on self guided walking tracks, come face to face with Africa’s most spectacular animals through easily accessible viewing platforms or for the more adventurous ask about Monarto’s behind the scenes program.
Other Facility includes
Camel Rides I KeeperTalks I Giraffe Feeding RhinoOontactBoma I PicnicArea I VisitorCentre and Caf6 I The Waterhole (Function Centre)
(Please phone the Park for information on disabled access)
Gates open 9.30am – 5pm daily
(including Christmas Day)
First Safari tour begins at 10.30am
Last public enily to Zoo at 3.1Spm
Final Safdri tour departs at 3.30pm
Zoo may be closed on forecast 40 degree temperatures and above
Just 45 minutes along the South-Eastern Freeway from Adelaide.
Use your own vehicle, travel by private coach or take public transport. Buses are available from Central Bus Station in the city.
Bookings are essential: Ph: 8415 5533
Operated by the Royal Zoological Society of SA,
Adelaide and Monarto Zoo are not for profit. Please ask about membership and its many benefits.