While many of Australia's zoos tend to focus on native species, Mogo Wildlife Park on the south coast of New South Wales spotlights exotic species from all over the world.
Celebrated for rehoming animals that other zoos don't want or have space for, and even constructing a purpose-built enclosure to adopt two homeless chimpanzees, Mogo gives animal enthusiasts the chance to see some of the rarest and most endangered species on Earth, in a spacious sprawl of outdoor habitats and indoor enclosures.
The park is home to snow leopards, cotton-top tamarins, black-and-white ruffed lemurs, and red pandas. There are also Sumatran tigers, white lions, rhinos, giraffes, and lots more. Plus, the park offers supervised close-up encounters with some of these beautiful beasts!