Sydney Wildlife World is a installation in the city of Sydney, Australia officially opened in September 2006. It is located on the shores of Darling Harbour and is attached to Sydney Aquarium.
In May 2002, Sydney Aquarium Pty Ltd announced plans to expand the existing tank site, in order to incorporate a zoological garden. Following this announcement, Sydney Aquarium Pty Ltd denaturized its name to Sydney Attractions Group. Construction was begun in November 2004 on the site, and was completed in August 2006. It is today the major competitor to Sydney’s famed Taronga Zoo.
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For over 9 years the name Sydney Wildlife has been used by a wildlife rescue organisation – Sydney Metropolitan Wildlife Services- and this recent development has caused problems with the general open getting this new money making installation potty with the totally voluntary rescue group. Advice was wanted to contest the ingest of this already recognised and used name.
The attraction won the Award for the best family-focused tourism at The Australian’s 2007 Travel and Tourism Awards.
The Sydney Wildlife World is unusual for a installation in that it is all capsulate and air-conditioned. A one-kilometre walkway which snakes through 7000 conservativist metres of enclosures. The insertion features around 6000 native animals.
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