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Taylor Swift's Eras Tour Dancers Enjoy Trip to Australian Zoo During Sydney Tour Stop

Swift's dancers made friends with koalas, wombats, and wallabies at Australian Reptile Park

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Australian Reptile Park

Dancers for Taylor Swift's Eras Tour at the Australian Reptile Park near Sydney, Australia

Taylor Swift's dancers are enjoying their time in Australia!

On Tuesday, the Australian Reptile Park in Sydney shared photos via Instagram of several Eras Tour dancers visiting the zoo during the tour's leg in Australia.

"Thanks to these legends for visiting us today! We hope we made your ✨wildest dreams✨ come true meeting our Aussie animals! 🐊🐨✨," the zoo captioned the photo carousel post with a nod to one of Swift's hit songs.

<p>Graham Denholm/TAS24/Getty</p> Taylor Swift performs at Melbourne Cricket Ground

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Taylor Swift performs at Melbourne Cricket Ground

The post included images of the dancers exploring the park during time off from Swift's Eras Tour, which started a four-show stop in Sydney on Feb 23.

In the first photo, dancer Kameron Saunders poses with a koala bear for a selfie.

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The next swipe shows Saunders with three other dancers — Natalie Lecznar,  Taylor Banks, and Sydney Moss — standing with a zoo keeper and a koala for a group photo.

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The photo carousel also includes pictures of the dancers posing with wombats and wallabies.

Swift, 34, a known animal lover, has also spent time getting to know the critters of Australia.

On Thursday, she visited the Sydney Zoo in Australia with boyfriend Travis Kelce, 34, on a "private tour," according to local media outlet news.com.au.

It was Swift's second time visiting the zoo during her time in Sydney, having also visited the previous day ahead of her boyfriend's arrival.

Related: Taylor Swift Plays to Her Biggest Eras Tour Crowd Yet in Melbourne — See the Photos!

Some of Swift's Australian fans also got reptilian ink ahead of the musician's arrival in the country.

Over the weekend, VC Ink Tattoo Gallery and Popular Fine Line Tattoos in Melbourne offered discounts for Swift-themed tattoos in honor of her Eras Tour stop there.

<p>Photo Media-Mode/SplashNews</p> Taylor Swift-themed tattoos

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Taylor Swift-themed tattoos

A Feb. 12 social media post shared by VC Ink Tattoo Gallery gave examples of designs that fans could get at a great rate, including a snake to represent the musician’s Reputation album.

On Sunday, Swift finished her three-show Melbourne run, thanking 288,000 of her fans for attending what she called the “biggest shows I’ve ever played on tour.”

“Melbourne, you are the love of my life. I cannot believe you, what have you done,” she said while on stage in a video clip posted on X (formerly Twitter).

The remainder of her Australian shows will be performed in Sydney with special guest Sabrina Carpenter at the Accor Stadium through Monday before the “Cruel Summer” singer takes her Eras Tour to Singapore.

Show dates run until December 2024.

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