Set on traditional Cammeraigal country, Taronga Zoo has many amazing Aboriginal stories to tell. Nura Diya, meaning “this country or camp”, takes you on a journey through Taronga as you hear stories of Australian wildlife told through the perspective of an Aboriginal guide, with tales of their shared history with the animals and land.
Developed with the indigenous community and led by an Aboriginal guide, you will hear their own personal stories, and discover their important connections back to the land, animals and nature.
See Australia’s amazing animals in a new light, as you discover the binding relationships between flora and fauna and hear stories of the Dreaming describing creation of creatures and the landscape. Learn the centuries-old traditional uses of plants for food and medicine while enjoying interactive experiences with unique Australian wildlife, including Koalas, kangaroos, wallabies and a vast array of Australia’s birds.
Those that want to not only come up-close to both wonderful Australian animals, but also want to discover more about Australia’s rich cultural heritage.
- Small personalised group fully escorted by Aboriginal guides
- Great photographic opportunities with a Koala
- Morning tea
- All day Zoo access
- A round trip on the Sky Safari cable car and discover why Taronga is known as "The Zoo with a view"
Child (4 to 15 years): $69.00
Note: ITO's refer to contact details below.
Maximum group size is eight people
Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays only at 9.45am, 1.5 - 2 hours
Bookings must be made three days in advance (Monday-Friday during business hours), nominating tour time by calling (02) 9969 2777 (option 4) or by email.