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Taronga Western Plains Zoo’s Cheetah cubs are continuing to grow in leaps and bounds, under the watchful eye of first-time mother, Halla.
The Addax calf that had a rocky start to life after he was orphaned at birth is continuing to progress well under the watchful eye of its keepers at Taronga Western Plains Zoo.
Keepers are delighted by the arrival of three new Zoo babies this summer. Born across December the Addax calf, Wapiti fawn and Zebra foal are bringing a whole lot of cuteness into 2014.
Nine schools from the Central West have been busy decorating Wild! Rhino sculptures in support of Rhino conservation.
Keepers at Taronga Western Plains Zoo have been busy spreading some early Christmas cheer amongst the animals at the Zoo.
Since the birth of these three Cheetah cubs, Halla has been an impeccable mother, which is exceptionally pleasing considering this is her first attempt.
Environment Minister Robyn Parker and Dubbo MP Troy Grant today announced the $2.1 million redevelopment of Taronga Western Plains Zoo’s Zoofari Lodge is well underway and is expected to be ready by April 2014.
Taronga Western Plains Zoo has won the NSW Tourism Award for Best Tourist Attraction at the NSW Tourism Awards gala ceremony held in Sydney on Thursday 28 November 2013.
Taronga Western Plains Zoo is expanding its elephant facility to make way for three male elephants from Taronga Zoo, who will arrive in the latter half of 2014.
A Dubbo resident has won the trip of a lifetime simply by visiting the Zoo!

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