Asian Elephant keeper talk
Have you met the newest members of our Asian Elephant herd? Get up close to our calves Kanlaya and Sabai as they play, and our Keepers talk you through how the rest of the herd works together to raise and care for its young.
Black Rhino keeper talk and feed
Did you know that the Black Rhino’s horns are made of the same protein as our hair and nails? Watch and learn about these solitary animals as they enjoy their morning meal.
African Lion keeper talk
Learn about the pride that calls Taronga Western Plains Zoo Dubbo home, as our Keepers tell your about their social dynamics, what they like to eat, and what you can do to help them thrive in the wild.
Meerkat keeper talk
Meet our Meerkat mob at feeding time as they munch on insects, fruits, and vegetables. You’ll learn how their social dynamics work, who’s the boss of this troop and just how good their eyesight is.
Hippopotamus keeper talk and feed
Have you ever seen a Hippopotamus up close? Watch these water lovers as they emerge from the lake for their morning meal. Find out why they spend so much time in the water from our Keepers, as they tell you about these splashy creatures.
Cheetah keeper talk and feed
Catch up with our Cheetahs while they enjoy their meaty brunch. Watch our Cheetah feed, as you learn about their extraordinary speed, unusual colour variations, and unique social hierarchy.
Sumatran Tiger keeper talk
Did you know there are less than 400 Sumatran Tigers left in the wild? Learn about this critically endangered species, and what Taronga Western Plains Zoo Dubbo is doing to help preserve their habitats.
Spider Monkey feed
Fancy having lunch with our Spider Monkey troop? Watch the monkeys as they deftly use their tails to grab food from our Keepers, before swinging away on the ropes and tree branches on their island home.
African Wild Dog feed
What’s that sound? Experience the high-pitched rally call of the African Wild Dog pack first hand, as they devour their afternoon meal. Watch the frenzied feast, as they work together to rip a carcass into smaller pieces to share amongst the pack.