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There are plenty of new faces to see at Taronga Zoo these Easter holidays, including the Zoo’s first ever Bilby joeys, a cheeky Squirrel Monkey baby and an Eastern Bongo Calf.
Imagine sipping champagne overlooking Sydney’s stunning harbour as you wander the Zoo at twilight. Befriend an echidna, hand-feed a giraffe or be enchanted by a quokka before settling down to a superb dinner, then dancing the night away at the after party night club and vodka bar.
Taronga Zoo has become one of the first organisations in Australasia to be accredited under a rigorous new animal welfare program launched by the Zoo and Aquarium Association (ZAA).
They may be small enough to sit comfortably on a pencil or fingertip, but Taronga Zoo’s new Veiled Chameleon hatchlings are already making a big impression.