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Site found for WA's first open-range zoo

The state government has locked in a location for Western Australia’s first open-range zoo, which is expected to cost up to $100 million to develop.

The zoo will be located on 700 hectares of land in Chittering next to the Avon Valley National Park, about an hour and a half away from the CBD, and is expected to take between five and 10 years to develop at a cost of between $50 million and $100 million.

The zoo will host African savannah animals including lions, zebras, rhino and giraffes, and is also expected to support Perth Zoo’s international wildlife conservation breeding programs.

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Great idea. A tourism drawcard within a short drive from Perth!

Awesome Idea Defintely for it here!

Perth
Can't see much return on investment, With the amount of debt he has already accumulated for us to pay off, He's determined to send this state broke. he'll be OK though on his unfair retirement package that i will also need to pay for.

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