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Rewilding project to give refuge to KoalasRewilding project to give refuge to Koalas
Rewilding project to give refuge to Koalas

#Conservation, #Act for the Wild, #Taronga Zoo Sydney

Rewilding project to give refuge to Koalas

Koalas and other threatened species are to be given a safe haven, in a first-of-its-kind 5,000-hectare Box-Gum Woodland Rewilding Reserve, led by…

Posted on 20th April 2022 by Media Relations

Ignite your WILD sideIgnite your WILD side
Ignite your WILD side

#School Holidays, #Taronga Zoo Sydney

Ignite your WILD side

An illuminated trail of awe-inspiring animal lanterns and captivating light installations is yours to discover as Wild Lights returns to Taronga Zoo…

Posted on 06th April 2022 by Media Relations

Why we need good palm oilWhy we need good palm oil
Why we need good palm oil

#Conservation, #Act for the Wild, #Taronga Conservation Society Australia

Why we need good palm oil

Many of us have had the experience of getting the wrong song words stuck in our brain – once they’re committed to memory it’s a battle to correct…

Posted on 31st March 2022 by Media Relations

Dubbo wins bronzeDubbo wins bronze
Dubbo wins bronze

#Awards, #Taronga Western Plains Zoo Dubbo

Dubbo wins bronze

Taronga Western Plains Zoo received the Bronze Award in the Major Tourist Attraction category at the Australian Tourism Awards ceremony on Friday…

Posted on 31st March 2022 by Media Relations

A full Quokka pouchA full Quokka pouch
A full Quokka pouch

#Animals, #Taronga Western Plains Zoo Dubbo

A full Quokka pouch

Taronga Western Plains Zoo is very excited about a little Quokka head popping out of its mum’s pouch in the Australian walk-through exhibit.

Posted on 31st March 2022 by Media Relations

Sustainable SeafoodSustainable Seafood
Sustainable Seafood

#Sustainability, #Act for the Wild, #Taronga Zoo Sydney

Sustainable Seafood

Our oceans need our help. Almost 90% of the world’s fish stocks are depleted, over-exploited or fished up to their limit. This is bad news for the…

Posted on 21st March 2022 by Media Relations

Meet Gerald, a flood survivorMeet Gerald, a flood survivor
Meet Gerald, a flood survivor

#Sydney Wildlife Hospital, #Conservation, #Taronga Zoo Sydney

Meet Gerald, a flood survivor

A lucky echidna was plucked from recent flood waters and is recuperating at Taronga Wildlife Hospital.

Posted on 17th March 2022 by Media Relations

Injured turtleInjured turtle
Injured turtle

#Sydney Wildlife Hospital, #Taronga Zoo Sydney

Injured turtle

Marine debris has caused terrible injuries to this green sea turtle, now recovering in Wildlife Intensive Care.

Posted on 09th February 2022 by Media Relations

Rescued Boobook ChickRescued Boobook Chick
Rescued Boobook Chick

#Sydney Wildlife Hospital, #Taronga Zoo Sydney

Rescued Boobook Chick

It’s a busy time of year at Sydney’s Taronga Wildlife Hospital. Our veterinary team have received an influx of native wildlife requiring care,…

Posted on 09th February 2022 by Media Relations

Dubbo Zoo announced best in NSW!Dubbo Zoo announced best in NSW!
Dubbo Zoo announced best in NSW!
Dubbo Zoo announced best in NSW!

Taronga Western Plains Zoo is the toast of NSW having been announced the winner of the Major Tourist Attraction category and awarded silver in the…

Posted on 03rd February 2022 by Media Relations

Surviving ExtinctionSurviving Extinction
Surviving Extinction
Surviving Extinction

Watch this thrilling ABC documentary to learn about five Australian species on the brink and what Taronga and our partners are doing to save them.

Posted on 02nd February 2022 by Media Relations