Introducing Sabai the Asian Elephant calf Find Out More
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Securing a shared future for wildlife and people Watch the Video
Taronga and Taronga Western Plains Zoos have over 545 volunteers dedicating their time across a diverse range of programs to support the work of Taronga Conservation Society Australia. National Volunteer week is a time when we can reflect and say thanks for the great work undertaken which the organisation is so grateful for.
Today only five species of Rhino remain in the world. They are all under threat from poaching shrinking wildness which are the two biggest threats.
Taronga Western Plains Zoo’s new overnight accommodation experience, Billabong Camp, is officially open!
Dubbo is now home to three stunning Black Rhino sculptures created by Sydney-based artists Gillie and Marc Schattner. Read more here.
Taronga would like to congratulate Melbourne Zoo on the recent birth of a male Eastern Bongo calf.

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