Peel Zoo among top tourist experiences


An intimate encounter with a dingo at Peel Zoo.
An intimate encounter with a dingo at Peel Zoo.

Featuring some of WA’s most iconic activities, attractions and other landmarks, with the aim of showcasing the top spots to a broad domestic and international audience, as well as shedding light on regional locales, the Bucket List encompasses the diversity of WA in detailed form.

Getting up close to some of the country’s most iconic animals and having the chance to touch, hold and feed them made Peel Zoo a must-do, coming in at number 75.

Compiled from several years of customer feedback, staff input and database polling, the Bucket List covers both experiences in larger urban centres, as well as numerous hidden gems in regional WA.

The list also includes a visual map for travellers to plan journeys to any of the listed experiences, while conveying a sense of scale of WA that may not otherwise be obvious to the uninitiated.

Experience Oz digital manager Matt Hobbs said that with several years of data and feedback on hand – and in response to persistent questions about how to find new things to do in Australia – the Bucket List was put together so that even Western Australians would find a spot they had never visited before.

The top three things to do are explore Cape Le Grand National Park, snap a selfie with a quokka and swim with whale sharks at Ningaloo.