The revitalisation program for Taronga Zoo will see around $150 million invested into fascinating new experiences including:
An Indonesian-themed exhibit where visitors can get close to the mysterious Sumatran Tigers, and learn why choosing certified sustainably sourced palm oil products can help preserve their native habitat.
An up-close animal habitat experience including a walk-through exhibit where visitors can interact with and explore iconic and unknown Australian fauna.
The Taronga Institute will build on Taronga’s existing strengths in research and education and increase its capacity to help secure a shared future for wildlife and people.
4. Wildlife Hospital
State-of-the-art upgrades to the Taronga Wildlife Hospital and wildlife clinic to continue the excellence of zoo animal care and wildlife rehabilitation.
5. African Savannah
A multi-species habitat including a lion breeding facility, expanded savannah for giraffes, zebras and Fennec Foxes, and a specialised meerkat exhibit and encounter space.
6. Welcome to the Wild
A unique multi-media experience that will engage and inspire visitors for a shared future for wildlife and people.
7. Congo Forest
A lush forest exhibit for the growing gorilla family, adjoining Pygmy Hippo pools and a tree-filled landscape for the rare Bongo antelope.
8. Elephant Trail
A scenic path traversing the zoo where Elephants will walk.
Upgraded specialist exhibits for an amazing array of Reptiles and Amphibians including critical breeding facilities to support zoo-based conservation programs.
10. New Primate exhibit
A new Primate exhibit will be developed showcasing the important role that Great Apes have in their eco-systems.