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ZOOS, ANIMALS PARKS & ZOOLOGICAL GARDENS Salzburg Zoo Nature & Species Conservation Center Salzburg Salzburg and Anif Salzburg Zoo: Around 1,200 animals (140 species) make their homes on the 14 hectare zoo area in spacious, open enclosures. Visitors can experience unique insights into the animal world of lions, jaguars, bears, and more! 2012 Hours: January – March: 9-4:30* April and May: 9-6** June to August: 9-7** Night Zoo 2012, August 3 to September 1 - every Friday and Saturday: 9am-11pm (main gate closes at 9:30pm) September – October: 9-6** November- December: 9-4:30* *Last admission and ticket office closes at 4 pm **Last admission and the ticket office closes one hour before the end of visiting hours.

Information: (incl. zoo tours, children’s birthday parties and tips for upcoming events) SALZBURG ZOO, Nature & Species Conservation Center in Salzburg Anifer Landstrasse 1, A-5081 Anif Tel. +43 (0)662/820176, Fax +43 (0)662/820176-6 , Admission Prices 2012: Adults € 9.50 Seniors ages 65 and older € 8.50 School children ages 15-19 € 7 Children ages 4-14 € 4.00 Hanidcapped with ID € 7 Dogs € 2.00 Family Ticket (2 adults and 1 child): € 21.50, each additional child: € 3.50 Group prices for 15 or more people (per person): Adults € 8.50; School children (15-19); € 6.00; Children (4-14) € 3.50 Free with your Salzburg Card!

Wildlife Parks & Zoos Fusch an der Glocknerstrasse


Ferleiten Wildlife Park:

Talwirt Wildlife Enclosure:

over 200 animals – numerous game animals

Walkable wildlife enclosure featuring red and fallow

Open to the Public: May - November, 8:00 until



Open to the Public: all year (daily)

Information: Tel. +43 (0)6546/220

Admission Prices: free

Admission Prices: adults euro 7;

Information: Gasthof Talwirt, the Prommegger

children euro 3.50, tour groups euro 4.80/person.

Family, Tel. +43 (0)6417/444.

Guided Tours: for groups of 20 or more (lasts

Directly next to the Valley Museum and the

approx. 1 hour, occasional opportunity to feed

Hüttschlag-Talwirt National Park Info Center).

wildlife); For Children: petting zoo,

Hüttschlag Wildlife Enclosure:

children’s adventure land, kids’ train,

Wildlife enclosure with red deer.

ponds, railway, electric horse-riding track, etc.

Open to the Public: all year (daily) Admission Prices: free


Information: Grossarltal Tourist Office, Tel. +43 (0)6414/281

Fallow deer enclosure (+ smaller agricultural animals):

Maria Alm

ca. 20 head of fallow deer on 2 ha. Open to the Public: all year round, daily.

Jufen Wildlife Enclosure:

Information: Bachrain Organic Mountain Farm, the

Red deer, roe deer, mouflon and hare; located on 4

Siller Family, Moosegg 19, 5440 Golling,

ha. Guided tours available by arrangement, petting

Tel. +43 (0)6244/6166, Fax: 6166-4

zoo for children.,

Open to the Public: Christmas – Easter and

Admission Prices: free.

Whitsuntide – mid-October. Information: Gasthof Jufen, the Herzog Family,


5761 Maria Alm, Tel. +43 (0)6584/7152.

Wolfschwang Wildlife Park:

Admission Prices: free.

Red and fallow deer on ca. 2 ha.

Wildlife Feedings: daily from approx. 1:00 – 2:00

Open to the Public: all year, daily.

p.m. Groups - also possible by advanced

Information: Wolfschwang Mountain Restaurant,


5084 Grossgmain, Tel. +43 (0)6247/8370. Admission Prices: free.


Wildlife Feedings: daily between 2:00 and 4:00 p.m.

Kirchenwirt Wildlife Enclosure, Bucheben: red deer, ibex and chamois;


on 8 ha. of land. Open to the Public: all year, daily.

Wildlife feedings during the winter months.

Information: Kirchenwirt, Bucheben,

Covered viewing stand for wildlife watchers, located

5661 Rauris, Tel. +43 (0)6544/8119.

behind the sports grounds, appointments required..

Admission Prices: euro 3 per person

Information: Mr. Otto Oberascher,

children under 10 free

Tel. +43 (0)06224/205

ages 10 and up euro 1.50

Wildlife Feedings: daily.

Information: Gasthof Kleefeld, Wolfgang Fürst,

Program: opportunity to visit a 400-year-old

Weissenbach 12, 5350 Strobl,

schnapps distillery and old grain mill, as well as

Tel. +43 (0)6137/7383, Fax +43 (0)6137/73838

sample some schnapps.

Info: Tourism Information, Tel. +43 (0)6544/20022,

Admission Prices: free Closed Tuesdays!


St. Margarethen

Untertauern Wildlife Park: Mouflon, sika, ibex, red deer, llamas, nandu,

Schlögelberger Wildlife Park:

Scottish highland cattle, fallow deer, potbelly pigs,

Red deer on approx. 4 ha.

beavers, marmots, ducks, fish, goats, donkey, pony,

Open to the Public: all year, daily.

etc.; total area: 6 ha.

Information: Alpengasthof

Open to the Public: year-round.

Schlögelberger, the Sampl Family,

Information: Gasthof zur Post,

5582 St. Margarethen 4,

the Kohlmayr Family, Tel. +43 (0)6455/238.

Tel. +43 (0)6476/313

Admission Prices: free.

Admission Prices: free.

Wildlife Feedings: daily (between 3:00 and 5:00

Wildlife Park Cafe: open daily from 11:30am.

p.m. depending on season).

closed Mondays. For children: petting zoo at the Tauernkaralm at an

Wolfgangsee - St. Gilgen

elevation of 1700 m above sea level.

Abersee: “Village of Animals”


Primarily domestic animals – to watch, pet and feed. Treasure hunts in a sand pile, big playground with

Winter Wildlife Watching:

unusual games; pedal go-carts with their own race

with a passionate hunter (Upper Stubach Valley);

track (incl. tunnel) and much more.

Every Tuesday from Dec. until April

Open to the Public: March-October, daily 9:30-



Uttendorf Tourist Office,Tel. +43 (0)6563/8279,

Information: Tel. +43 (0)6227/3948 or,

Strobl Tourist Office, +43 (0)6137/7855 Admission Prices: euro 3 Wolfgangsee - Strobl Kleefeld Wildlife Enclosure: Wild boar, red deer, mouflon, fallow deer, ibex, plus a trout pond. Open to the Public: all year, daily.

Though every effort has been made to ensure correctness, not liable for any inaccuracies, errors or omissions. Last Updated: March 2012