Wildlife Crisis Appeal

More than one billion Australian animals have been lost in the bushfires. Your support will help Taronga recover critical animal populations.

Please donate urgently to secure a future for Australian wildlife.
 

Wildlife Crisis Appeal

More than one billion Australian animals have been lost in the bushfires. Your support will help Taronga recover critical animal populations.

Please donate urgently to secure a future for Australian wildlife.
 

Caring for fire affected wildlife

What to do if you find wildlife injured by the bushfires
 

Caring for fire affected wildlife

What to do if you find wildlife injured by the bushfires
 

Educating for our future

Inspiring the next generation of conservationists at the Taronga Institute of Science and Learning.
 

Educating for our future

Inspiring the next generation of conservationists at the Taronga Institute of Science and Learning.
 
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Education

Learn at Taronga

Explore science and education in new ways, through research, collaboration and immersive learning.

Education

Learn at Taronga

Explore science and education in new ways, through research, collaboration and immersive learning.

Conservation and Science

What We Do

Through research, action and advocacy, Taronga is leading vital work that supports wildlife, habitats and communities across the globe. 

 

Conservation and Science

What We Do

Through research, action and advocacy, Taronga is leading vital work that supports wildlife, habitats and communities across the globe. 

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Your donation will make a real and important difference, as we work on projects that are saving animals and our planet right now.

Latest News

Why innovation matters in conservation

The next 10 years will be critical if we are to turn the global tide on the loss of plants and animals. To help tackle this global and national…

Posted on 21st February 2020 by Media Relations

Small population of Corroboree Frogs survive bushfires in Victoria

A group of biologists were flown into Kosciuszko National Park recently to assess the damage bushfires had caused to enclosures housing critically…

Posted on 11th February 2020 by Media Relations

Young wombat in good hands after suffering burns

Taronga Western Plains Zoo’s Wildlife Hospital has been treating a juvenile wombat for significant burns to its back, sustained in the recent…

Posted on 10th February 2020 by Media Relations

 

Our Story

History and Culture

Taronga is a not-for-profit organisation that has evolved and matured since its inception more than 100 years ago.

Corporate Information

View publications, policies and find out how to obtain information about Taronga Conservation Society Australia.

Our Story

History and Culture

Taronga is a not-for-profit organisation that has evolved and matured since its inception more than 100 years ago.

Corporate Information

View publications, policies and find out how to obtain information about Taronga Conservation Society Australia.