50 Greatest Wildlife Photographs

50 Greatest Wildlife Photographs

The National Geographic 50 Greatest Wildlife Photographs at Melbourne Zoo

Melbourne Zoo will be the first venue in the world to unveil a brand new outdoor exhibition curated by National Geographic.

For 130 years, National Geographic has championed the art of wildlife photography and captivated generations of audiences. From the very first image to appear – a reindeer in 1903 – National Geographic Society’s publications have broken new ground and push the bar higher again and again.

50 Greatest Wildlife Photographs is a pop-up photography exhibition, debuting in Melbourne Zoo’s historic Carousel Park, and features a selection of breathtaking images from some of National Geographic's most renowned photographers, including Paul Nicklen and David Doubilet.

50 Greatest Wildlife Photographs will only be on display for three months and is included with general admission to Melbourne Zoo. Don't miss your chance to see these outstanding wildlife images and experience Melbourne Zoo as the exhibition comes to life.

8 September – 30 November, 2018
9am – 5pm
Carousel Park, Melbourne Zoo

This exhibition is included with admission.
Kids under 16 visit FREE on weekends, public and school holidays.


When & Where


Dates:  - 
Times: 9am – 5pm

Venue | Location


 Melbourne Zoo show

Elliott Avenue  Parkville Victoria 3052 | Map
Event: 1300 966 784 | Venue: 1300 966 784

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