On Tuesday 17th April, Taronga Wildlife Hospital staff released five healthy Little Penguins into the ocean in Manly after nursing them back to health in the Taronga Wildlife Hospital.
Vivid Sydney at Taronga Zoo is shining a light on conservation and the wonders of wildlife this year.
Motorists on the road during the autumn school holidays can help save Australian wildlife with some simple planning.
The Greater Bilby is one of Australia’s iconic animals. But unlike the kangaroo or koala, you’d count yourself very lucky if you ever saw one in the wild. The Bilby once occupied vast areas across the Australian mainland but there’s been a significant decline over the last 200 years—and population numbers continue to decrease.
The oldest male animal at Taronga Zoo Sydney turns 64 years old! What could it be?
Taronga Zoo Sydney today celebrated the 1st birthday of endangered Pygmy Hippopotamus calf, Kamina. To share the joyful occasion, Taronga Zoo Sydney is inviting guests to enjoy $1 entry on their birthday.
Keepers at Taronga Zoo Sydney are excited by the arrival of two Meerkat pups, born on 20 January 2018.
In the spirit of Valentine’s Day, we have compiled a list of just a few of the most committed animal couples.
So you recycle, use a reusable coffee cup and say “no” to straws, but what else can we do to live and promote sustainability?
A male adult Swamp Wallaby was brought into Taronga Wildlife Hospital in Sydney by NSW Police following an incident on the Sydney Harbour Bridge.

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