Mogo Wildlife Park (formerly Mogo Zoo) is a small privately owned zoo in Mogo, on the south coast of New South Wales, Australia.
Mogo is a member of the Zoo and Aquarium Association (ARAZPA) and has had success in breeding programs for endangered species, including the Snow leopard, Cotton-top tamarin, Black-and-white ruffed lemur, Red panda, and Sumatran tiger. The zoo has one of Australia's largest collections of primates.
Unlike most small Australian zoos, Mogo Wildlife Park focuses on exotic species. Mogo Wildlife Park exhibits a large African savanna, and a series of islands for primate species.
The zoo took over care from some unwanted animals from other collections. During the 1990s the zoo kept an endangered Kea parrot, the only individual held in any Australian zoo at the time or since, and was also the home of the last Siberian tiger in Australasia (Kuldur, who died in June 1997 aged seventeen).
In Nov 2019, Featherdale Wildlife Park bought Mogo Zoo from former owner Sally Padey, and took over full ownership and operations from the end of Nov 2019.