Public transport, the green option! Take advantage of our free ferry and bus services to get to Twilight.
Taronga Zoo is situated on Bradley’s Head Road, Mosman, Sydney. You can get to the Zoo by a free ferry ride from Circular Quay, bus or by car.
The free Twilight ferries depart Circular Quay every 30 minutes from approximately 5:15pm. Check out the timetable below!
For guests arriving by ferry there will be a free bus service from Taronga Zoo Wharf to the main entrance of the Zoo and a mobility shuttle is available from the main entrance to the concert lawns for less mobile guests.
For buses to Taronga or for connecting transport to Circular Quay, use the Transport for NSW Trip Planner to plan your trip with up-to-date train, bus, ferry and light rail information, call 131500 or see our handy links below. Please note that the free Twilight ferry services above are in addition to regular public services and will not be included in the NSW Trip Planner so check out the timetable via the link below
Taronga Zoo is an accessible site however does contain some steep slopes, please contact us if you require assistance. For more information about Accessibility for your visit to Twilight at Taronga, please visit the Taronga Zoo website.
Catching Public Transport
The best way to get to Taronga Zoo is by taking the free ferry service from Circular Quay to Taronga Zoo. Just show your ticket at the wharf for access to the chartered service. Regular F2 Taronga Zoo Sydney Ferries services run from Circular Quay until 18:50 however, Twilight patrons will need to pay for this service.
Upon arrival at Taronga Zoo wharf, a shuttle bus service will be available to take event patrons up to the main Zoo entrance and will run around every 7 minutes between 17:00 and 20:00.
Taronga Zoo is a short bus trip from the City or the Northern Suburbs on the following routes:
|From the City:||Catch a Route 247 bus from Wynyard Stand A (Carrington St)|
|From the North:||Catch a Route 257 bus from Chatswood Interchange Stand B, get off at Mosman Junction and catch a Route 247 bus.
Catch a Route 143 bus from Chatswood Interchange Stand F and get off near Cowles Road, where you can catch a Route 247 bus.
|From the Lower North Shore:||Catch a Route 238 bus from Balmoral Beach or a Route 228 bus from Clifton Gardens.|
|From the Northern Beaches:||Catch any bus to Spit Junction and change for a Route 247 bus.|
After each concert, free buses will run on a loop from Taronga Zoo’s main entry to Spit Junction from 21:30 with Sydney Buses services running to a regular timetable.
The easiest and greenest way to get to Taronga is via public transport. If you would like to bring your car, there is a multi story car park for a flat rate of $18 or on street metered parking on Bradleys Head Road.
Please don’t drink and drive. There are multiple ways to get to Twilight at Taronga via public transport so you can sit back and relax with a glass of wine or beer.
Please be respectful of our neighbours when entering and leaving the Zoo by being mindful of noise and taking your rubbish with you.
Taronga Zoo is an accessible site however does contain some steep slopes.
There will be a Twilight at Taronga mobility shuttle that will run a loop from outside of the top entrance of the Zoo to the concert lawns and back. This service is free for all of our guests requiring mobility assistance and will be there at the end of the night to return you to the top entrance.
If you have any questions regarding mobility assistance, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we can discuss solutions specific to your circumstances.