How to get here by car:
Set your Sat Nav for TR7 2NN. Newquay Zoo is located on Edgcumbe Avenue, just off the A3058, one mile from Newquay town centre. Follow the brown tourist signs marked Newquay Zoo. You will then find us situated right next to Waterworld Leisure Centre and Better Extreme Trampoline and Play Park.
- From Exeter: About 1 hour, 30 minute drive, via A30
- From Plymouth: About 1 hour drive, via A38 and A30.
- From Penzance/ St. Ives: About 45 minute to 1 hour drive, via A30 and A3075.
There is a Cornwall Council owned car park adjacent to our zoo with 820 car park spaces. There are 5 designated disabled parking bays located right next to Newquay Zoos main entrance. Blue badge holders must display a valid blue badge.
How to get here by bus:
Route 85 and route 87 of First Kernow Bus Services run from Truro to Newquay via Newquay Zoo. For more information please visit firstbus.co.uk.
How to get here by Park and Ride:
From Saturday 24th July until Saturday 4th September 2021, route 99 of Newquay Park and Ride will run every 20 minutes via Newquay Zoo. The postcode for Newquay Park and Ride is TR8 4NY, you can download their app ‘Go Cornwall Bus’ to find out more information or to purchase your Park and Ride tickets.
How to get here by train:
Newquay train station is located in the town centre, which is just a short 10 minute walk to Newquay Zoo. Alternatively, you can catch a bus from the train station which will bring you directly to Newquay Zoo.
How to get here by bike:
Just outside the main entrance, in the Council owned car park, there is a bike rack for visitors who cycle to Newquay Zoo.
How to get here by the Land Train:
Hop on the Land Train and take an open air journey around Newquay. The journey will take up to 1 hour, with Newquay Zoo being the final stop. The Land Train runs from Easter until the end of October, with services running hourly. Find full information, including prices, here.