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Stage 6 Business Studies: It's Zoo Business

Taronga Zoo is home to over 3700 animals representing 348 species/sub-species. The Zoo business resource and related workshop is linked to the NSW School Curriculum and has been developed in consultation with Department of Education and Training Curriculum Coordinators and NSW School Teachers. It is a comprehensive kit of information and activities designed to ensure maximum benefit to you during your excursion to Taronga Zoo.

 

 

Taronga is having an important safety evacuation drill after 3pm on Monday 8 December and all staff and visitors will be evacuated.

Stage 2 - 3: Cammeraigal Connections

Outcomes: HT2-1, HT2-2, HT2-4, HT2-5

Learning Across the Curriculum: Sustainability, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Histories and Cultures

Integrates with: Science and Geography

At School

Before coming to the Zoo identify the Aboriginal people from your local area and the language they spoke. Research the many Aboriginal and Torres Strait nations throughout Australia and the similarities and differences. 

A Taronga Zoo keeper has begun the round-the-clock task of caring for a six-month-old Quokka, one of three joeys born at the Zoo this breeding season.

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