From keeper talks to animal encounters and everything in between, discover what's on today at Taronga Zoo Sydney.
If you're still planning your visit, scroll down to explore everything you can see and do at the Zoo.
Must-sees this summer!
This summer there are some experiences you’ll only find at Taronga Zoo Sydney. From Asian Elephant mud baths to baby booms and first birthdays, there are over 4000 animals and more keeper talks and shows than ever before.
Shows and Keeper talks
Taronga Zoo Sydney has over 20 shows and keeper talks every day. And the best part? It's all included for free with your Zoo entry.
The Capybaras have arrived!
Meet Taronga's newest residents, the Capybaras!
Native to South America, Capybaras have webbed feet, can dive and stay underwater for up to five minutes, and reach speeds of up to 35km/hr on land. Make sure you stop by to visit these curious creatures.
Take your pick of the must-see experiences at Taronga Zoo Sydney; get up close to tigers, take a ride in our cable car and immerse yourself in a cinematic adventure.
All this and more comes free with your Zoo entry.
Taronga Zoo Sydney hosts a number of major events each year. Find out more about the upcoming Twilight at Taronga concert series or register to hear more about New Years Eve parties, Vivid Sydney festival events and more.
Animal Welfare Symposium
With the arrival of a new decade comes the launch of Taronga's first Animal Welfare Symposium in June 2020. We are delighted to invite you to attend Evolving Welfare Together. Come along to engage with world class leaders in animal welfare and ethics on the thought-provoking ideas that may shape our future with animals.
Visit Taronga Zoo Sydney for a packed schedule of wild experiences and kid-friendly activities. Keep cool with the animals, swing around the treetops and even fly to Sumatra at our immersive new experience, Tiger Trek.
Taronga cares for over 4000 animals from over 350 species, many of which are threatened. Find out which fascinating animals you might meet on your visit, and how we're contributing to global efforts to save species from the brink of extinction.