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Savannah Cabins
Taronga Western Plains Zoo is inviting the local community to come out and see the new accommodation developments at both the Savannah Cabins and Zoofari Lodge.
Musi the Black Rhino
Yesterday, we keepers farewelled Musina Ponga, a Black Rhino affectionately known as Musi by her keepers.
Come and enjoy a Toddlers' Proms performance by the Sydney Youth Orchestra on Sunday 14 September 2014 from 10:30am - 11:30am at Taronga Western Plains Zoo's free access area. Especially for audiences aged under seven, SYO Toddlers’ Proms are presented by the senior orchestras – young people performing for young people. These interactive concerts inspire children as they are introduced to the world of orchestral music. This is a free event.
Dr Rebbeca Hobbs in the Wildlife Reproductive Centre
Behind the scenes at Taronga Western Plains Zoo our Reproductive Biologist, Dr Rebecca Hobbs, is busy collecting sperm samples from wild animals in order to cryopreserve them for use in the future.
Koala joey at Aussie Walkthrough
The Aussie Walkthrough exhibit at Taronga Western Plains Zoo is experiencing a baby boom with lots of little joeys starting to emerge.
Giraffe calf and mother
At just one month old, Nkosi the male Giraffe calf at Taronga Western Plains Zoo is definitely growing in confidence each day.