Free Safari bus
A visit to Werribee Open Range Zoo isn't complete without an adventure on one of our unique safari buses!
The safari bus at Werribee Open Range Zoo is free but now has physical distancing measures in place. With reduced numbers on board, you may need to wait before getting on the bus.
Fitted face masks must be worn on public transport, this includes the safari bus at Werribee Open Range Zoo.
Note: the free safari bus cannot be booked in advance.
Once on board you will be transported through arid landscapes and savannah grasslands to explore the open plains and learn about some of the world’s most endangered species.
From the critically endangered Mongolian Wild Horse to majestic giraffe traversing the iconic savannah, the 40 minute Safari Tour is one of the Zoo’s most popular experiences.
The tour includes live commentary from a Safari Guide as you move through the grasslands of Asia, North America and Africa, spotting bison, antelope, rhino, zebra and ostrich and you'll also learn more about the work of communities in Northern Kenya to help protect wildlife through the Beads for Wildlife program.
Included free in your admission price when booking a day session only - not currently available during late sessions. Our safari tour is wheelchair accessible and suitable for all ages.
Daily bus schedule
Note: Times may be subject to change. Buses run more frequently on weekends, public holidays and school holidays. Confirm with staff when you arrive on the day.
Junior Safari Bus - bookings not required
The popular Junior Safari runs weekdays outside of school holidays at 10am. Join us for a relaxed child-friendly safari adventure with music and fun to keep even the youngest zoo keepers entertained.
Time: weekdays at 10am outside of school holidays and public holidays
Age: 0-6 years (plus supervising adult)
Capacity: limited to 142 people per day
How to book: bookings are not required or available. Please just arrive early and let the staff at the gate know you'd like to go on the Junior Safari Bus