Have a virtual keeper in the palm of your hand next time you visit Monarto Zoo with our new free interactive app!

Monarto Zoo is among the first Australian zoos to utilise geofencing technology which will transform your next visit by pushing information about the zoo straight to your smart phone, iPad or tablet, thanks to our sponsors Beach Energy and technological partner Specialist Apps.

The exciting new technology will act as a personal tour guide during your visit to Monarto Zoo, providing an interactive map featuring information about the zoo, its animals and conservation work at the touch of a button.

As you walk around the zoo, the app will alert you to points of interest around the zoo and provide interesting and practical information such as species facts, the location of the closest facilities and educational tools.

Hear from our keepers directly as you explore Monarto Zoo and learn about the more than 500 animals that call the zoo home.


Make sure you download the free app from iTunes or Google Play before your next visit and experience Monarto Zoo like never before.

Download the Monarto Zoo app today!

 Download on the App Store  Google Play

 

The app was made possible by our sponsor Beach Energy and technology partner Specialist Apps. 

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Download our app in 3 easy steps!

1. Go to your favourite app store
2. Search for “Monarto Zoo”
3. Download the “Monarto Zoo” app to your device

Download the app using your home Wi-Fi to avoid longer download times and buffering whilst at the Zoo.

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