Google Street View Goes To Taronga Zoo and Luna Park

By: Chris Crum - November 28, 2012

Google announced a couple of new Street View offerings in Australia today: Taronga Zoo and Luna Park.

“We’ve used our Street View technology to bring you new 360-degree imagery of the animals, attractions and surrounds of Taronga Zoo and Luna Park in Google Maps,” says product manager Nabil Naghdy. “This imagery covers almost everywhere in Taronga Zoo (as long as it’s wheelchair accessible) – including chimpanzees, giraffes and mountain goats. We also released new imagery of Luna Park that includes a walk down the central boulevard of Luna Park featuring the ferris wheel, merry-go-round, big top and Coney Island.”

Take a look at some of the zoo imagery:

Google Zoo

Google Zoo view

Google Zoo

Luna Park:

Luna Park

Luna Park

Luna Park

In other Street View news, Google has added some new imagery from the Arctic.

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