Read and download Taronga's Annual Reports, current Strategic Plan, Information Guide and Policies.

Annual Reports

Annual Report 2021-2022

Annual Report 2020-2021

Annual Report 2019-2020

Annual Report 2018-2019

Annual Report 2016-2017

Annual Report 2015-2016

Annual Report 2014-2015

Annual Report 2013-2014

Annual Report 2012-2013

Annual Report 2011-2012

Annual Report 2010-2011

Annual Report 2009-2010

Annual Report 2008-2009

Taronga Strategic Plan

Taronga Information Guide

Policies and guidelines

Venue Hirers' Supplier Selection

As a public non-financial corporation owned by the NSW Government, Taronga complies with the NSW Government Procurement Policy Framework for the direct procurement of all goods and services.

It is noted that while goods and services purchased by hirers of Taronga facilities (e.g. wedding photography) are not subject to the NSW Government Procurement Policy Framework referenced above, there remains a requirement for Taronga to adhere to good governance
practices and for employees to observe Taronga’s Code of Conduct.

Therefore, with regards to third party suppliers, Taronga employees and representatives cannot make specific recommendations to hirers of Taronga’s facilities. Taronga’s employees and representatives may provide information to hirers regarding the requirements of the venue
and may develop a resource list of known suppliers which meet required criteria; to enable the hirer to make their choice of supplier and enter into a direct contract with that supplier.

We thank you for your understanding in this matter.

Download the Venue Hirers' Supplier Selection Policy

Reconciliation Action Plan

Taronga has extended its commitment to Indigenous Australians by developing a Reconciliation Action Plan. Taronga recognises the rich contribution Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultures make to the diversity of the Australian community. We are committed to advancing reconciliation and ensuring the First Peoples of this nation are valued for their continuing care for Country, as well as conserving Australian wildlife over thousands of generations.

The Reconciliation Action Plan is a very practical way to consolidate our vision of securing a shared future for wildlife and people. It sets bold goals for us to work towards in the coming years as we continue to embrace, respect, provide opportunities and celebrate Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultures across everything we do.

The plan, launched in National Reconciliation Week 2012, marks an exciting phase in the relationships between Taronga and it's local Indigenous communities. 

The Reconciliation Action Plan is currently being updated for the upcoming year. Please check back later to view the document.


The Government Information Public Access Act 2009 (GIPA Act) requires government agencies to record and publish certain information about contracts with private sector bodies where the contract values is more than $150,000. The current register of contracts may be viewed on the NSW Government eTenders website.

Public Interest Disclosure Policy 2023