Taronga Western Plains Zoo’s premier overnight experience, Zoofari Lodge, is now even wilder!
Zoofari Lodge has undergone a $2.1 million makeover and now features 10 new luxurious African-inspired lodges along the edge of the Savannah exhibit. The stunning lodges feature African decor, king-size bed, double bath and deck, all overlooking the Savannah where Giraffe, Zebra and Eland roam.
The new lodges are available from 4 April 2014.
Membership applications are currently open for our YATZ program at Taronga Western Plains Zoo.
Becoming a YATZ member
If you are interested in joining us, please fill out this membership form and return with payment to:
Taronga Western Plains Zoo
PO Box 831 Dubbo NSW 2830
At Taronga, we believe that wildlife and humans can share this planet.
We’re working tirelessly to achieve a shared future, helping threatened species to breed, protecting their genetic diversity and even re-introducing them to the wild.
We’re striving to be a centre for conservation excellence and through our work we aim to inspire individuals and communities.
Watch and share our video on our important message about being For the Wild.
Taronga Western Plains Zoo is a quarantine area and no animals are allowed past the Zoo’s front gates.
To ensure our strict quarantine regulations are met we ask that visitors make alternate arrangements for their pets whilst visiting the Zoo. Boarding kennels are available in Dubbo which will care for your pet during your visit.
For more information about Boarding Kennels in Dubbo please contact the Dubbo Visitor Information Centre on 6801 4450.