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Address: WILD LIFE Sydney Zoo

1-5 Wheat Road Darling Harbour

Sydney 2000

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Sydney Attraction Passes

EXPERIENCE THE BEST OF SYDNEY AND SAVE

Why choose just one when you can experience them all? Combine your WILD LIFE Sydney Zoo ticket with Sydney's other top attractions and save!

Visit 2 Attractions

Book Online - Save Over 40%
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$88

Full Price

$50

Per Adult (Child $35)
  • Skip the queues with express mobile ticket entry
  • See it all in 1 day or visit over any 2 days
  • Valid for admission within 30 days

Visit 3 Attractions

Book Online - Save Over 50%
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$132

Full Price

$60

Per Adult (Child $40)
  • Skip the queues with express mobile ticket entry
  • See it all in 1 day or visit over any 3 days
  • Valid for admission within 30 days

Visit 4 Attractions

Book Online - Save Over 55%
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$160

Full Price

$70

Per Adult (Child $45)
  • Skip the queues with express mobile ticket entry
  • See it all in 1 day or visit over any 4 days
  • Valid for admission within 30 days

How to find our attractions

DARLING HARBOUR ATTRACTIONS
Train: A short walk from Town Hall or Wynyard stations.
Walk: 5-10 minute walk from CBD down Market Street or King Street.

SYDNEY TOWER EYE
Train: 5 minute walk from Town Hall or St James station.
Walk: Head for centre of CBD located on Market Street.

Sydney Attraction Passes Info

The included attractions are WILD LIFE Sydney Zoo, SEA LIFE Sydney Aquarium, Madame Tussauds Sydney and Sydney Tower Eye.

WILD LIFE Sydney Zoo, Madame Tussauds Sydney and SEA LIFE Sydney Aquarium, are all located next to each other in a large complex on Darling Harbour, right in the centre of Sydney. The Sydney Tower Eye is just a short 10 minute walk from the Darling Harbour attractions along Market Street. Full location information for all of the attractions can be found on the 'Getting Here' page under the 'Plan' section of this website.

When you buy a multi-attraction combination pass on this website, you are only required to pick a date and a time your entry to WILD LIFE Sydney Zoo as you must visit the zoo first. After your visit to the zoo you then have 30 days within which to visit the remaining number of attractions included on your pass. You may only visit each attraction once. For example, with a 3 attraction pass you can visit any 2 other attractions after your WILD LIFE Sydney Zoo visit, but you may not visit WILD LIFE Sydney Zoo a second time. For added flexibility we do not require you to choose which other attractions you want to visit at the time of purchasing your pass, nor do we require you to select a date and time for the other attractions. For example, if you select a combination 4 pass you can visit any 3 other attractions in any order you wish in the 30 days after you've visited WILD LIFE Sydney Zoo. We've designed these passes with flexibility in mind so that you don't have to commit to specific attractions, dates or times, other than for your zoo visit, at the time of purchase.

Timeslots are for your entry to the attraction only. Once inside you may stay as long as you wish. 

Whilst we require guests to enter within their chose timeslot, we do understand that sometimes delays happen. If you arrive after your entry timeslot has passed, please approach the ticket desk and speak to a member of our guest services team.

No, entry before your timeslot is not permitted and your tickets will not scan before your chosen timeslot commences. Please select your timeslot carefully at the time of purchase. 

Unless otherwise stated all savings shown on this website are the lowest online prices compared to the standard individual walk up prices charged on the day at the attraction ticketing desks (sometimes also referred to as 'full prices'). These standard individual walk up prices differ across the 5 attractions, so when we say 'save up to' we are making reference to the savings made if you were to visit the highest priced attractions. 

We sometimes use a 'per attraction' price, specifically when referencing multi-attraction combination pass prices. The per attraction price is based on the total price of the pass divided by the number of attractions included on the pass.