Melbourne Zoo will be the first venue in the world to unveil a brand new outdoor exhibition curated by National Geographic.
'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.
The exhibition will only be on display for three months and is included with general admission to Melbourne Zoo.
In celebration of the exhibition, Melbourne Zoo are running activities for members and visitors.
Augmented Reality Air, Land and Sea: offers visitors a unique chance to travel to some incredible locations via INDE’s augmented reality. This includes an ever-changing watering hole where a diverse range of animals, from Africa to the Arctic, graze, drink and interact with the environment around them.
Members' Photography Competition: members have the chance to see their own photograph displayed alongside those of the 50 Greatest Wildlife Photographs by simply entering their best photos of Melbourne Zoo animals.
Keeper Kids Photography Pop-up: kids will be able to imagine themselves as a National Geographic photographer by dressing up and creating their own wildlife photo shoot.