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The Joburg Zoo situated in the leafy northern suburb of Johannesburg covers 55 hectares of land. The zoo was founded in 1904 when the land was donated by the firm of Herman Ekstein.
The Zoo is managed within the Johannesburg City Parks and Zoo entity and is part of the Community Development structure of the City of Johannesburg.
The Zoo houses over 320 species of animals and is internationally accredited and highly respected for its husbandry practices of maintaining a high standard of animal welfare, nutrition and ethical conduct, ensuring the physical and psychological well-being of all its animals.
The Joburg Zoo is committed to playing an important role of conservation projects for indigenous and worldwide endangered animals.
Open Monday to Sunday, public holidays including Christmas and New Years.
Business Hours are 8:30am to 5:30pm, last entry 4:00pm
On special occasions, opening and closing times of the Zoo will vary from the above.