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There’s a very exciting mob of joeys at Taronga this school holidays. Keen-eyed visitors should be able to spot a young Southern Hairy-nosed Wombat joey, Taronga’s first Tree Kangaroo joey born in over 20 years and three little Koala joeys.
Luk Chai and Thong Dee
Taronga Western Plains Zoo will welcome four Asian Elephants from Taronga Zoo later this year, including mothers Porntip and Thong Dee along with their calves Pathi Harn and Luk Chai.
An artist's impression of the Taronga high ropes course
Visitors to Taronga Zoo will soon be able to experience the Zoo’s amazing wildlife and spectacular harbour views from an entirely new perspective, with the addition of a treetop, high ropes adventure experience.
The Humpback Whale migration has begun. Photo by Ady D’Ettorre
The east Australian Humpback whale migration has begun and Taronga’s Marine Mammal Department has been fortunate enough to get amongst it, thanks to an exciting new partnership with Captain Cook Cruises.
Dr Jane Goodall visits Taronga's Chimpanzee Sanctuary
As winter sets in and the weather begins to turn a little colder, our chimpanzee community is getting used to life without the matriarch of the group, Lulu.
Taronga's elephants
A favourite on Sydney’s social calendar, this year’s Taronga Dinner will raise vital funds to support Taronga’s Asian Elephant breeding program and conservation partnerships.
Snoozing koala joey trio, Sydney, Milli and Tucker
Three’s a crowd – unless you’re a Koala joey at Taronga Zoo!
California Sea lion, Michi inspects the new enrichment toy
Behavioural enrichment plays a very important role in the care of all of Taronga’s animals.
Zuleta, Taronga's newly-named Andean Condor chick
It’s been a long time coming, but our Andean Condor chick has finally been given a name – Zuleta.
Today, 22nd March is International Biodiversity Day. Biodiversity is a very important aspect of wildlife conservation since it is the engine which keeps the natural world running, yet it is easy to overlook.

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