Securing a shared future for wildlife and people Watch the Video
4 out of 5 species of Rhino are in critical danger Find Out More
Taronga Zoo’s echidnas have begun lapping up a new just-add-water diet, designed to better meet the nutritional needs of their spiny species.
Members of the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer and Intersex (LGBTQI) community play an important role in efforts to conserve and protect our environment and Taronga wanted to say thank you for making the green in the Rainbow Flag shine.
There are plenty of new faces to see at Taronga Zoo these Easter holidays, including the Zoo’s first ever Bilby joeys, a cheeky Squirrel Monkey baby and an Eastern Bongo Calf.

Wurrungwuri - Stories of Sydney Harbour

Featuring Indigenous stories of creation, conservation and reconciliation, this unique, one hour show will bring a new perspective on the histories of Sydney Harbour*.

Narrated and performed by Aboriginal Educators, youth and students, this show will bring your students’ imagination to life and demonstrate the importance of narrative in the form of story, music and drama.
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Histories and Cultures

DATES: 26th May and 11, 12 June 2015

Note: able to accommodate large groups.

Imagine sipping champagne overlooking Sydney’s stunning harbour as you wander the Zoo at twilight. Befriend an echidna, hand-feed a giraffe or be enchanted by a quokka before settling down to a superb dinner, then dancing the night away at the after party night club and vodka bar.