When I’m not checking out the latest bars, restaurants, and events happening in Melbourne I spend my time staring at photos of animals, mostly dogs, but really any animal I can stare at, to be honest. Sloths are obviously a highlight.
If you’re a big fan of staring at photos of animals like me, and I’m talking really, really good photos, not the ones your mum takes of her 12-year-old pug Norman with her phone on burst mode, this is the exhibition for you.
National Geographic magazine has been at this cape for 130 years, and this spring they’re bringing their 50 Greatest Wildlife Photographs exhibition to Melbourne, all housed in the perfect venue of Melbourne Zoo.
The pop-up exhibition will make its global debut as an outdoor installation in Melbourne Zoo’s Carousel Park, and sit side-by-side with an augmented reality experience called Air, Land & Sea.
50 Greatest Wildlife Photographs will run for 3 months and is included in your entry ticket for Melbourne Zoo.
What: National Geographic’s 50 Greatest Wildlife Photographs
Where: Melbourne Zoo, Elliot Avenue, Parkville
When: Saturday 8 September, - Friday 30 November, 2018
For more info, head here.
Staying with wildlife, have you seen the Melbourne-made game Paperbark? Read all about it here.
Image credit: supplied