International World Water Day is held annually on the 22nd of March and provides an opportunity for us to celebrate the role that freshwater plays in our lives.
Taronga Western Plains Zoo would love to encourage students to ride or work to school, or on the weekends with their families as it has extremely positive benefits for both health and the environment.
Science Week is celebrated each year to acknowledge the wonderful role that science and technology plays in our communities.
The Burbangana Zoo Awareness Program is a joint initiative run by Taronga Zoo and The NSW Department of Family and Community Services – Community Services (formerly DoCS) that gives young people in care the opportunity to engage in activities in and around the Zoo.
Taronga Western Plainz Zoo education programs inspire people of all ages to make a personal contribution to conservation. Through formal education and community programs, we aim to engage and influence attitudes to wildlife, encouraging positive behaviour changes towards protecting the environment and wildlife.
The Regent Honeyeater Insitu project is a school and community-based project that, with the support of many partners, has established itself in the wider communities of the Capertee Valley, NSW and Chiltern, Victoria.
The Taronga Teachers Association (TTA) is a professional membership group that is committed to supporting and assisting teachers to become more effective environmental educators.
‘Project Penguin’ is a Conservation Education Program delivered by Taronga Zoo’s Learning Centre in partnership with the Northern Beaches Learning Alliance.