Animals – sheeps, goats, Highland cattles, Old Styrian chicken and many more. Newinhabitants: Wallabies, Alpacas and Ostriches! Our animals
Zoo Stories (digital audio guides) – 99 information signs with QR codes inform in 9 languages about animals, plants and other highlights within the edible zoo.
Moai & Art Park – A smoking Moai and many other sculptures and puns can be found in the Zoo, especially in the new Art Park with its ponds.
Mush Room Container – with our own mushroom cultivation
Sunny path – with various fruit and berry varieties from Austria.
Mother-in-Law’s Garden - Where toxic and medical plants sprout
Golden Photo Shooting Riegersburg - Take your panorama photo of the famous castle in the XXL-frame.
Photovoltaic mover – The Edible Zoo is completely energy self-sufficient. The park is supplied by a large photovoltaic installation with nine photovoltaic tracking panels. They follow the sun like sunflowers and produce more than 100,000 kilowatts per year.
Sun terrace - Enjoy the sun and the panoramic view
Interactive children’s kitchen - Kids can play and learn where our food comes from.
Herbal wall - our herbs grow on the frontage of the house - this is the architecture for the third millennium.
Slope slidefrom the Skywalker – where kids can have a good romp
Raised-bed gardens – with vegetable varieties of the past millennium – very ancient.
Trick fountains – you need to pedal to make funny water fountains.
Petting zoo – with ponys, sheeps, lambs, mini pigs, donkeys ...
Toddler playground – with climbing structure and slide
Movement skill parkour – test your agility and sense of balance. A cheeky challenge for kids and adults.
Farmer’s golf – the slightly different type of golf, with rubber boots as projectiles
Adventure playground – slack lines in the forest, balancing for children and adults
Listening to music at the river – nature is the best concert hall. Listen to music with ducks and geese at the stream.
Hanging around in hammocks – relax in the forest.
Love path – For dreaming with an original Buddha statue.
The cemetery of ideas – The strangest cemetery of the world. Sepp Zotter has set gravestones for past chocolate varieties and ideas. It all ends here or starts again.