The zoo is not far from the city. It can also be reached by bus or ferry. We take a bus from Elizabeth Street in Hyde Park to the top entrance of the zoo (about 30-40 minutes, about 3 Australian dollars). After the tour, we take a ferry to the ring pier (about 10 minutes, about 7 Australian dollars) via the bottom entrance. The zoo is not very large. A half-day tour is enough. There are all kinds of animals in the park, but the number is not large, about one or two animals per species. Of course, there are local kangaroos and koalas in Australia. They are very cute. You have to see them when you go to Australia. It's interesting to have close contact with kangaroos. In addition, behind the giraffe's range is Sydney's beautiful harbour, where interesting pictures can be taken. There are many turkeys walking around the park, living peacefully with visitors, and closing the distance between people and animals. There are different programs and activities for visitors to participate in, close to small animals, or watch animal performances (sea lions, birds show), you can pay attention to the schedule of activities. There is a free cable car for the park, which is convenient for the two entrances and exits in and out of the park. There are not many roads to walk in the garden, which is suitable for a family to play. If you have enough time to visit Sydney, you might as well come to visit.