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The male Red-necked Wallaby, Walter, is now about eight months old and is regularly spotted poking his head out of his mum’s pouch.
Twiga the 18 month old female Giraffe has just completed the road trip from Perth to Dubbo to take up residency at Taronga Western Plains Zoo.
As we celebrate World Rhino Day this weekend, take a step back in time and see where it all began for the White Rhino breeding program at Taronga Western Plains Zoo.
This Sunday 22 September is World Rhino Day, a day which shines the spotlight on the plight of these animals in the wild.
Take a step behind the scenes with Keeper Ian Anderson and our two Greater One-horned Rhinos, Dora and Amala.
The Dubbo region will benefit from a $323,250 grant which will help to build destination appeal and bring more visitors to the region. Taronga Western Plains Zoo will also benefit from a $250,000 grant to assist in the development of 15 eco-cabins at the Zoo.
The Tasmanian Devil keepers at Taronga Western Plains Zoo are proud to announce the much anticipated arrival of two young Tasmanian Devil joeys.
Environment Minister Robyn Parker and Dubbo MP Troy Grant today announced new Tasmanian Devil breeding success with the birth of two Devil joeys at Taronga Western Plains Zoo in Dubbo.
Dreaming of a trip to Africa? Go on zoofari and get your African fix at Taronga Western Plains Zoo Dubbo these coming school holidays!
Taronga Zoo today unwrapped 35 life-size adult Black Rhinoceros sculptures that will soon be sighted throughout Sydney and western regions to Dubbo.

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