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Taronga recognised globally as a leader in environmental sustainabilityTaronga recognised globally as a leader in environmental sustainability
Taronga recognised globally as a leader in environmental sustainability

#Sustainability, #Conservation, #Taronga Conservation Society Australia

Taronga recognised globally as a leader in environmental sustainability

Taronga has been recognised for its outstanding environmental and sustainability initiatives, winning two international awards and being nominated…

Posted on 07th November 2019 by Media Relations

Koala in need of specialised careKoala in need of specialised care
Koala in need of specialised care

#Dubbo Wildlife Hospital, #Taronga Western Plains Zoo Dubbo

Koala in need of specialised care

Taronga Western Plains Zoo’s Wildlife Hospital have been caring for a young male koala after it was admitted in early October.

Posted on 05th November 2019 by Media Relations

The Waterhole takes shapeThe Waterhole takes shape
The Waterhole takes shape
The Waterhole takes shape

Construction of Taronga Western Plains Zoo’s new precinct, The Waterhole, is progressing well and now over the halfway point of the project.

Posted on 01st November 2019 by Media Relations

Christmas Gift GuideChristmas Gift Guide
Christmas Gift Guide
Christmas Gift Guide

Christmas is coming at a rate of knots and that means it’s time to get the shopping list together and ensure you have every member of the family…

Posted on 25th October 2019 by Media Relations

Dubbo Zoo welcomes Ring-tailed Lemur babiesDubbo Zoo welcomes Ring-tailed Lemur babies
Dubbo Zoo welcomes Ring-tailed Lemur babies

#Conservation, #Taronga Western Plains Zoo Dubbo

Dubbo Zoo welcomes Ring-tailed Lemur babies

Taronga Western Plains Zoo has continued its breeding success for Ring-tailed Lemurs with three babies born to three different mothers.

Posted on 24th October 2019 by Media Relations

National Water Week 2019National Water Week 2019
National Water Week 2019

#Act for the Wild

National Water Week 2019

Rivers, lakes and streams are the lifeblood of our country and many native wildlife including the Platypus rely on them to survive. Sadly, our…

Posted on 18th October 2019 by Media Relations

World Food Day 2019World Food Day 2019
World Food Day 2019

#Act for the Wild

World Food Day 2019

While World Food Day has been traditionally used to shed light on humanitarian issues, there has been an increasing focus on how our eating habits…

Posted on 15th October 2019 by Media Relations

Taronga to be breeding hub for BilbiesTaronga to be breeding hub for Bilbies
Taronga to be breeding hub for Bilbies

#Conservation, #Taronga Western Plains Zoo Dubbo

Taronga to be breeding hub for Bilbies

Last night, Zookeepers from Taronga Western Plains Zoo released the first Greater Bilbies into the Taronga Sanctuary in Dubbo to help save the…

Posted on 14th October 2019 by Media Relations

Nature, a natural remedyNature, a natural remedy
Nature, a natural remedy

#Act for the Wild, #Taronga Conservation Society Australia

Nature, a natural remedy

Australian kids are spending less time outdoors than previous generations and, as a result, are missing out on the benefits that come with a…

Posted on 11th October 2019 by Media Relations

Wildlife Retreat at Taronga OpensWildlife Retreat at Taronga Opens
Wildlife Retreat at Taronga Opens
Wildlife Retreat at Taronga Opens

Taronga Conservation Society Australia has today opened the Wildlife Retreat at Taronga, a new overnight eco-retreat on Cammeraigal country, nestled…

Posted on 10th October 2019 by Media Relations

World Habitat Day 2019World Habitat Day 2019
World Habitat Day 2019

#Act for the Wild, #Conservation

World Habitat Day 2019

Today is World Habitat Day – a day to celebrate the vital role that habitats play in providing shelter for native wildlife and people.

Posted on 04th October 2019 by Media Relations

Vibrant new Francois’ Langur baby, adds to Taronga’s spring baby boomVibrant new Francois’ Langur baby, adds to Taronga’s spring baby boom
Vibrant new Francois’ Langur baby, adds to Taronga’s spring baby boom

#Animals, #Taronga Zoo Sydney

Vibrant new Francois’ Langur baby, adds to Taronga’s spring baby boom

Taronga Zoo Sydney is celebrating the birth of a new male François’ Langur, one of the world’s rarest monkeys. Just a week old, the new baby is yet…

Posted on 04th October 2019 by Media Relations