Peel Zoo is located in the small town of Pingjara (Pinjarra), south of Perth, the capital of Western Australia, about 85 kilometers away.
Peel Zoo is located in the beautiful Murray River (Murray River) bank, garden environment beautiful, tree-lined. Peel Zoo the difference is that visitors can get in close contact with animals. Peacocks, ducks and chickens can wander freely in zoos, where visitors can feed animals themselves, such as holding a snake, patting a fox, or teasing ferrets. the zoo has more than 100 different species of birds and animals. large bird-feeding walkways and tasmanian marsupials are star-rated attractions here. thanks to the local wetland environment, visitors are also often able to see rare animals such as wild spoon-beaks, egrets and swamp hens.