Posted on 21st April 2017 by Media Relations
Taronga Western Plains Zoo has spent a large part of the past year refurbishing one of the Sumatran Tiger exhibits which has now been re-opened for visitors to enjoy.
The new look exhibit now features a new viewing fence and shade shelters for visitors along with additional landscaping in the area. Some new logs have been added to the exhibit as well as a new waterfall with a small pool for the Tigers to enjoy on those hot summer days. The moat wall has also been refurbished as part of the project.
The first Sumatran Tiger to explore the new exhibit was Sakti. He went straight out in the morning, ate his breakfast and then spent plenty of time exploring and scent marking the exhibit. Sakti was quite curious about the changes to the exhibit.
Following the autumn school holidays the second Sumatran Tiger exhibit will be closed for a few weeks whilst it has the public viewing area is replaced with a new fence and some refurbishment is undertaken to the exhibit. During this time visitors will be able to still see a Sumatran Tiger on the other exhibit.