Zoomobile for schools
Spark the curiosity of your students by bringing them nose to nose with some of our country's most stunning wildlife like a snake, possum, frog, echidna, lizard, and phasmid.
The Zoomobile travels all over NSW with a collection of Australian native animals, often working in conjunction with Department of Education Environmental Education Centres and Local Councils. Each program is delivered by one of our qualified and experienced educators.
During a visit you will be able to meet, learn about and interact with native animals, and be encouraged to take positive action for wildlife.
With workshops aligned to the NSW Syllabus for the Australian Curriculum and available to suit school students of all ages, everyone will benefit from a visit by the Zoomobile.
Zoomobile for the community
Whether you’re a pre-school, childcare, aged care or corporate organisation, if you are unable to come to us for a unique and interactive experience, we can complement your own program or event by bringing the Zoo to you.
All of our Zoomobile experiences are completely mobile, and set up is convenient for many locations. The Taronga team will bring everything required for the day, and sessions can be modified to your needs.
During a Zoomobile visit we will deliver an interactive experience tailored to your needs, bringing a wide variety of unique and wonderful animals for you to meet such as Ink the Black Headed Python, Spike the Echidna and Puff the Bearded Dragon. Participants will be able to learn about the animal’s personalities, take part in individual animal encounters and discover how they can help make a difference for the survival of these intriguing creatures.
Animals of the Dreaming
Animals of the Dreaming Zoomobile is an inspiring program combining two fascinating aspects of Australia – native animals and the Dreamtime. This program is delivered by Brewarrina Elder, Colin Hardy OAM and supported by our Indigenous zoo staff.
Country and regional visits
The Zoomobile travels all over NSW with a collection of Australian native animals, often working in conjunction with Department of Education Environmental Education Centres and Local Councils.