Sydney shivered through its coldest June day in 21 years on Monday, with the maximum temperature reaching just 11degC.
It meant a freezing Monday for the city's more exotic animals. Among the chilly critters at Symbio Wildlife Park were pygmy marmosets, koalas, meerkats and cotton-topped tamarins.
Some of the animals were forced to cuddle up to zoo keepers to keep warm.
Others battled for prime position in front of the heat lamps, before basking in the warm rays.
It was the coldest day the city has had since August 1996.