Gembira Loka Zoo

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Gembira Loka Zoo
Saltwater crocodile (Crocodylus porosus), Gembira Loka Zoo, 2015-03-15 01.jpg
Date opened1956
LocationKotagede, Yogyakarta, Indonesia
Coordinates7°48′20″S 110°23′48″E / 7.80556°S 110.39667°E / -7.80556; 110.39667Coordinates: 7°48′20″S 110°23′48″E / 7.80556°S 110.39667°E / -7.80556; 110.39667
Land area22 hectares (54 acres)
No. of animals470

Gembira Loka Zoo is a zoological garden located at Yogyakarta Special Region in Java, Indonesia. Gembira Loka Zoo was opened in 1956 and comprises a botanical garden, orchid nursery, artificial lake, children's park, numerous bridges across the Gajahwong River, and a collection of approximately 470 animals, most notable of which are its Komodo dragons, orang-utans, gibbons, and a hippopotamus. The park is 54 acres in size.[1]



  1. ^ Eric Oey (1 February 2001). Adventure Guides: Java Indonesia. Tuttle Publishing. p. 178. ISBN 978-962-593-244-6.

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