Adelaide Zoo’s Envirodome Open

Adelaide Zoo’s Envirodome Open

The Adelaide Zoo has today officially opened one of the world’s most advanced environment-focused learning centres as part of a large redevelopment project.

Named the “Westpac Envirodome”, the centre combines plants and animals with visual and audio displays that shows how human activity affects natural habitats, water supply and carbon production.

The centre includes a rooftop camping facility that will cater to school children and corporate groups.

The Adelaide Zoo expects that the Envirodome will attract more then 500,000 visitors each year. The Envirodome opens to the public on Sunday 5th April.

About David Rutter

Dave grew up on a small acreage on the outskirts of Sydney, within a stone's throw of the bush. Having spent a large part of his childhood exploring the bush behind the family home, much of his adult life has been spent exploring the world - he has lived in Sweden, traveled much of Europe, travelled in the Pacific and South America, and more recently in Asia. The Australian bush is however, the place where he feels he truly belongs.
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