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The Dinosaurs are back! 31 Oct 2014 - 1 Feb 2015 Find Out More ▶
Securing a shared future for wildlife and people Watch the Video ▶
4 out of 5 species of Rhino are in critical danger Find Out More ▶
For the wildest New Years Eve in town! Find Out More ▶
The Chimpanzee Sanctuary here at Taronga Zoo is becoming something that closely resembles a day-care centre.
Macca and Chuck
We have just begun a big season of bird breeding at Taronga Zoo, with many of our species starting to reproduce at this time of year.
Amargasaurus
Dinosaurs are classified as reptiles, but they have many features that are not found in any living reptile today!
Amargasaurus
Two orphaned Swamp Wallaby joeys could soon become playmates, after being rescued from the roadside and hand-raised at Taronga Zoo.
Keepers arrived at Backyard to Bush last Wednesday morning to find a little surprise – new piglets!
Do you like my new bracelet? It's all part of the Beads for Wildlife - Community Relief Campaign that is running.
Taronga-born koala, Tilly, has travelled to a new home in Nagoya, Japan, commemorating 30 years of conservation partnership work with Taronga’s Sister Zoo, Nagoya Higashiyama Zoo.
Extinct for 65 million years, dinosaurs will once again roam the earth, or at least Taronga Zoo!
Sixteen life-sized animatronic dinosaurs have come to life, giving guests a unique opportunity to get in touch with their inner palaeontologist and learn important wildlife lessons. The Australian Muttaburrasaurus, a Stegosaurus, the towering Tyrannosaurus Rex and many more are waiting to be discovered in the bush along the Dinosaur Trail.

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