Our role in conservation is to create direct and positive connections between wildlife and people. We protect endangered species, increase understanding of wildlife and inspire community action.
How we are helping

Latest images

  • Royal couple opens Taronga bilby exhibit
  • Cassowaries back on exhibit
  • Wombat in care after being mauled by a dog
  • Rearing a gentle giant
  • Breakthrough Otter breeding success for Zoo
  • Troy is having a ball
  • Wildlife Witness App and Mr. Hobbs
  • Taronga app empowers travellers to report illegal wildlife trade
  • Black Rhino gets specialised treatment for eye problem
  • Cheetah cubs make their debut
  • Beyonce makes the move to reptiles
  • Squirrel Monkeys bring the trees alive
  • New unique accommodation at Zoofari Lodge
  • Seal stars join in celebrations for Sustainable Seafood Day
  • Third time lucky as Taronga celebrates hatching of Black-winged Stilt chicks
  • Running for the Wild
  • Trekking with Sumatra's Rhino Protection Units
  • Taronga Returns Two Little Penguins to the Ocean
  • Red-eyed wonders continue to grow
  • Snuggles with BJ and Frankie
  • Breeding success for critically endangered Addax
  • Chimps celebrate birthday milestones
  • Penguin pals ready to return to the wild
  • Squirrel Monkeys Everywhere
  • Glider breeding colony is going strong