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Summer school holidays is a great time to visit Taronga Western Plains Zoo!
Work will soon begin on the first project in Taronga Zoo’s $150 million Centenary Master Plan to revitalise the Zoo over the next 10 years.
A small little cub is being hand raised by keepers at Taronga Western Plains Zoo
Nangua is one of the new faces that visitors will see at Taronga.
Taronga Zoo and Taronga Western Plains Zoo are delighted to have won three awards at this year’s annual NSW Tourism Awards.
Taronga Zoo is celebrating the birth of a bright orange Francois’ Langur, one of the world’s rarest monkeys.
Today is set to be a scorcher so Taronga’s primate keepers have prepared special icy treats for the chimps to enjoy throughout the day.
Five Otter pups have been at Taronga Western Plains Zoo, four females and one male.
Taronga Western plains Zoo is please to be nominated as finalists in two categories in the 2015 New South Wales Tourism Awards for 2015.
Taronga Western Plains Zoo welcomes first Greater one-horned Rhino calf to be born in Australia!


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Phone: (02) 9978 4606

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