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English as a second language
You don’t need to speak English to experience the excitement of meeting Australian animals
Melbourne Zoo, Werribee Open Range Zoo and Healesville Sanctuary offer learning assistance for students who have English as a second language (ESL). Learn about our wildlife and broaden your respect for nature while taking some photos and practice speaking the Aussie lingo.
Werribee Open Range Zoo now offers a free downloadable mobile app for students who are deaf and hearing impaired. Called OpenMi it provides engaging learning content delivered in Auslan and captions via QR codes around the zoo. Find out more
Storage and pavillions
Several options are available at our three properties. Please enquire when booking your visit.
Group leaders will receive a map at the gate. View or download:
- Werribee Open Range Zoo map
Melbourne Zoo map
Download an additional student meeting points map.
- Healesville Sanctuary map
Meet the Keeper
Make the most of your day by checking out your favourite keeper presentations:
- Werribee Open Range Zoo Keeper Presentations
- Melbourne Zoo Keeper Presentations
- Healesville Sanctuary Keeper Presentations
- Suggested Itineraries for school excursions to Healesville Sanctuary
Please remind your students that other people are there for an enjoyable day out and following the basic supervision guidelines will ensure a great day for everybody:
- Students remain the responsibility of the teacher at all times
- It is important that students move through respectfully and consider animals and other members of the public.
- Ensure students understand the needs of the animals and behave accordingly - loud noises and sudden movements can upset the animals
- Ball games and whistles are not permitted on our properties.
Read more in the terms and conditions of entry to our zoos.