BEAUMARIS ZOO

Type of space: Non Traditional (e.g. foyer, waiting room, bus shelter, letter-boxes)
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    Situated in the Queens Domain, between Lower Domain Road and Carriage Drive is the site of the Beaumaris Zoo. Opened in 1923 on Regatta weekend, the zoo remained active for 14 years until its closure due to the Depression in 1937.

    The Beaumaris Zoo once housed a wide variety of animals including lions, tigers, snow leopards, elephants, monkeys and incredibly, polar bears. It is most notably remembered as the home of the last Thylacine in captivity.

    Today, the Beaumaris Zoo is a place of nostalgia with only the polar bear enclosure, leopard enclosure, duck pond and ticket booth remaining. The grassy, tree-lined property has a variety of European trees throughout the natural amphitheatre. Its large footprint makes it well suited to concerts, festivals, photography, community events, writing and visual art workshops.

    Special Requirements

    License to serve alcohol may be required.

    Parking Notes

    Metered street parking nearby

    This space is suitable for ArchitectureArts and CraftCircusExhibitionsFilm LocationInstallationMusic / SoundOpenings/launchesPerformancePhotographyPhotoshootsWorkshops

    Dimensions

    • Floor Dimensions 20000.00 meters sq.
    • Ceiling Height Various
    • Max. Capacity 20000
    • Floorplan Download

    Accessibilty

    For audience
    • Drop-off point

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