See a two-storey high spider!
Families can learn more about some of the smaller residents of Taronga Zoo Sydney at the pop-up Super Smalls: The GIANT bug show! at the Centenary Theatre on our massive 270 degree, ultrawide curved screen.
At 10:30am and 2:30pm every day of the holidays, microscopic cameras and projectors will show incredible minibeasts like they’ve never been seen before!
Explore Tiger Trek
Get closer than ever to the critically endangered Sumatran Tiger at our immersive new experience, Tiger Trek.
This Indonesian-themed experience provides an amazing opportunity for you to get up-close with these magnificent, critically endangered Sumatran Tigers and learn how simple shopping choices can help to preserve their precious, natural habitat.
Spot our baby animals
Visit our Mwamba our baby Western Lowland Gorilla, spot our baby Chimp carried by mother Ceres, keep a lookout for a Koala Joey and of course watch our Asian Elephant calf Jai Dee splash and play in the paddock pools.
Download the Zoo map to find the best route to the animals.
Watch a movie
Amazing animations, live shows, action-packed short films
Take a Wild Adventure! Discover the dark jungles of Sumatra, fly over Sydney Harbour, explore behind-the-scenes at Taronga, enjoy live shows… all without leaving your seat.
Visit for non-stop shows in an exciting day-long program. With a two-storey high, ultrawide curved screen, it’s a theatre experience not to be missed!
Join Wild Squad
Calling all adventurers!
Wild Squad needs agents like you and getting started on your in-zoo missions are just a cool click away.
Download the Taronga Zoo Sydney app now to begin your Wild Squad missions.
Climb in the trees
See Sydney from new heights on the exhilarating high ropes courses at Wild Ropes. Navigate suspension bridges, climbing walls, flying foxes and more against epic views of Sydney Harbour.
Zoo Adventures holiday program
This fun, educational holiday program for kids aged 5 to 10 years old will take them on an exciting zoo journey to learn about animals and the environments they live in.