Securing a shared future for wildlife and people Watch the Video
Taronga is celebrating the birth of its third female Southern Hairy-nosed Wombat joey in five years.
Thong Dee is expecting first calf to be at Taronga Western Plains Zoo
The endangered plains-wanderer, a small grassland bird similar in appearance to a quail, joins the koala and the brush-tailed rock wallaby on the state’s list of six iconic species.
An international campaign to stop the massive illegal trade in wildlife will engage world zoos and their supporters in a powerful community campaign to combat the illegal wildlife trade.
A baby echidna is making a remarkable recovery at Taronga Zoo, after being attacked by chickens in a family’s backyard.
Keepers from Taronga Zoo and Zoos Victoria have released over two thousand zoo-bred eggs into the wilds of Kosciuszko National Park to bolster the critically endangered Southern Corroboree Frog population.
Rhinos reach significant milestones at Taronga Western Plains Zoo
Surprised keepers at Taronga Zoo are celebrating the unexpected birth of an endangered Brush-tailed Rock-wallaby – more than a year after its father left the Zoo!
Environment Minister Mark Speakman today marked the Thai New Year by announcing the pregnancy of Taronga Zoo’s Thai elephant, Pak Boon.
Baby animals galore this School holidays

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