Roar n’ Snore at the Taronga Zoo

Hey everyone, one of the coolest things I’ve done since being in Sydney is the Roar n’ Snore event at the Taronga Zoo, apparently something on the bucket list of many Sydneysiders. This was a unique experience to check out one of Australia’s oldest zoos during the night and early morning when it was closed to the public. We got a chance to see some incredible and rare animals from around the world and Australia. When first getting there we got to get up close to giraffes, zebras, and fennec foxes and were given information from some very knowledgable tour guides. We were treated to a fantastic dinner at one of the zoos gourmet restaurants over looking the city. As if that wasn’t enough we were then shown to our housing where we would be “glamping” for the evening. Going to sleep in a tent with a view of the Opera House and Sydney Harbour Bridge was not a bad way to spend the evening. This is by far one of the coolest things to do in Sydney and something I’ll always look back on and remember.

Cheers mates

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