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.
What Taronga stands for
‘For the Wild’ brings to life our vision of securing a shared future for wildlife and people, encapsulating everything that we do.
In the lead-up to Taronga launching For the Wild on 1st July, 2013, Taronga collect the animal prints as a sign of support for humans and wildlife sharing this planet.
Taronga's staff put toghter this video of what Taronga stands for below. Download a copy of Taronga's mantra here.
Gary Miller, our Asian Elephant Manager, tells us about how the Zoo's breeding program for the species is one of the ways Taronga Conservation Society Australia is For The Wild. Watch the video below to see him collecting the footprints of our elephant herd.