Monarto Safari Park offers a number of accessible car parks close to the Visitor Centre entrance. Paths are not sealed, however are suitable for wheelchairs with assistance.
Zoos SA offers a range of admission options and offers a discounted concession rate with any valid Government issued concession card.
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Government Issued Carer & Companion Cards
Zoos SA recognises the national Government issued Companion Card and Carer Australia Card. Free entry is offered for one carer accompanying the cardholder when using one of the approved cards below.
- Government issued Carers Australia card for each Australian State
- Government issued Companion Card for each Australian State
- QLD Government Issued Carer Card
- Government issued Foster Carer Card
- SA Department for Education and Child Development
- We Care Victoria Government Carer Card
Please note: Due to COVID-19 restrictions, a date-specific ticket or reservation will be required for all visitors. The cardholder presenting one of the above-mentioned cards must purchase a ticket for themselves, then can reserve a ticket for their companion at no extra charge. Please visit our tickets page to make a reservation or book your tickets. The date-specific ticket and companion/carers card must both be presented upon entry.
Zoos SA is unfortunately unable to allow assistance animals on site at Monarto Safari Park. Temporary accommodation for assistance dogs can be provided; however, it is recommended leaving service animals at home. Zoos SA recommends visiting with friends or family who can assist during your visit.
Monarto Safari Park is equipped with accessible toilet facilities, including baby change tables, to ensure the safety and privacy of all our visitors. Accessible toilets are located at:
Visitor Centre (Map Ref: 11E)
Chimpanzee Platform (Map Ref: 15F)
Waterhole Function Centre (Map Ref: 11L)
Giraffe Platform (Map Ref: 11M)
Rhino Boma (Map Ref: 6N )
Carnivores Platform (Map Ref:3R )
Seating and Drinking Fountains
Drinking fountains are situated at the Visitor Centre, Rhino Boma and Windana viewing areas
Accessible seating options and picnic tables are available throughout the park.
Our Monarto Cafe offers a range of tasty treats and hot food. The café is wheelchair accessible and offer highchair and seating facilities.
Windana pop up Café is open during peak times, for a small range of tasty treats and hot food.
Picnics: For those who prefer to bring their own meals, sheltered picnic areas are available close to the Visitor Centre. Please note due to fire risk, the park does not allow the use of BBQs.
The Zoo shop is wheelchair accessible and located in the Visitor Centre. Don’t miss the chance to purchase unique Monarto Safari Park memorabilia; it’s the best way to remember your experience at one of South Australia’s most iconic attractions.
Explore Monarto Safari Park by hopping on one of our Zu-loop buses. Each bus is guided by one of our experienced volunteer guides. Throughout the tour, buses will stop at a range of viewing platforms. Visitors have the opportunity to hop off the bus and enjoy a keeper talk or spend time viewing their favourite animals. Visitors can then make their way back to the bus stop to continue through the park on the next available Zu-loop bus.
Wheelchair accessible buses are available. Enquire at the Visitor Centre for departure times. All viewing platforms have wheelchair accessible ramps and toilet facilities. For further information on size specification for motorised wheelchair accessible please click the link.
The following Wildlife viewing platforms are all wheelchair accessible,
- Giraffe Viewing Platform
- Rhino viewing platform (with assistance – there is an initial steep incline from the bus stop to the platform)
- Cheetah Viewing Platform (with assistance – there is an initial steep incline to the cheetah platform and is approx 10 minutes walk from the bus stop.
- Carnivore Viewing Platform (with assistance)
- Chimp Viewing Platform (located approx 10 min from the Visitor Centre, the gradient on the path has an incline on the return journey to the Visitor Centre)
Paths to the platforms and walking tracks are not sealed, and are suitable for wheelchairs with assistance.
The walking tracks around Monarto Safari Park are rubble so they may not be suitable for unassisted use by visitors in wheelchairs Please ask our Information Desk staff for further information regarding individual tracks.
Visitor Information Centre
For further information about wheelchair accessibility and bus times please ask at the Information desk.
Wheelchair Accessible “Behind the Scenes” experiences
Monarto Safari Park’s Lions 360 experience is wheelchair accessible. This experience requires the visitor to be self propelled or have another person for assistance. For further information contact bookings on (08) 8267 3255