News

News

Read the latest news from Taronga

First Graduates From Sydney-Taronga AllianceFirst Graduates From Sydney-Taronga Alliance
First Graduates From Sydney-Taronga Alliance

#Conservation, #Education, #Taronga Zoo Sydney

First Graduates From Sydney-Taronga Alliance

The first student conservationists have this month graduated after completing a first-of-its-kind conservation degree from the University of Sydney,…

Posted on 11th May 2022 by Media Relations

Devils on displayDevils on display
Devils on display

#Conservation, #Act for the Wild, #Taronga Western Plains Zoo Dubbo

Devils on display

Three of the world’s largest surviving carnivorous marsupial have stepped out of their nest boxes and into their new public exhibit for the first…

Posted on 10th May 2022 by Media Relations

Dubbo Zoo’s new Zebra foal right on time for the School HolidaysDubbo Zoo’s new Zebra foal right on time for the School Holidays
Dubbo Zoo’s new Zebra foal right on time for the School Holidays

#Conservation, #Act for the Wild, #Taronga Western Plains Zoo Dubbo

Dubbo Zoo’s new Zebra foal right on time for the School Holidays

Taronga Western Plains Zoo have welcomed an adorable new arrival just in time for the school holidays with the birth of a healthy zebra foal on 3…

Posted on 03rd May 2022 by Media Relations

ROARSOME NEWS: Birth of lion cub trio in DubboROARSOME NEWS: Birth of lion cub trio in Dubbo
ROARSOME NEWS: Birth of lion cub trio in Dubbo

#Conservation, #Act for the Wild, #Taronga Western Plains Zoo Dubbo

ROARSOME NEWS: Birth of lion cub trio in Dubbo

Taronga Western Plains Zoo in Dubbo is brimming with pride to announce the birth of a trio of lion cubs on 7 April in a major breeding success for…

Posted on 03rd May 2022 by Media Relations

Dubbo's New Wildlife HospitalDubbo's New Wildlife Hospital
Dubbo's New Wildlife Hospital

#Conservation, #Act for the Wild, #Dubbo Wildlife Hospital, #Taronga Western Plains Zoo Dubbo

Dubbo's New Wildlife Hospital

Taronga Western Plains Zoo is always looking ahead, planning for a greener future, and acting for the wild. The Zoo’s new $14 million Wildlife…

Posted on 02nd May 2022 by Media Relations

Dubbo Welcomes New White Rhino BullDubbo Welcomes New White Rhino Bull
Dubbo Welcomes New White Rhino Bull

#Conservation, #Act for the Wild, #Taronga Western Plains Zoo Dubbo

Dubbo Welcomes New White Rhino Bull

In an exciting step for the regional breeding program, Taronga Western Plains Zoo in Dubbo has farewelled one White Rhino bull and welcomed another…

Posted on 02nd May 2022 by Media Relations

Dingo? Bingo!Dingo? Bingo!
Dingo? Bingo!

#Conservation, #Act for the Wild, #Taronga Western Plains Zoo Dubbo

Dingo? Bingo!

Can you tell your cats from your dingoes? Your wallabies from your wallaroos? Then Dingo? Bingo! is your chance to identify dingoes (and other…

Posted on 28th April 2022 by Media Relations

Future of rare bird in safe hands in DubboFuture of rare bird in safe hands in Dubbo
Future of rare bird in safe hands in Dubbo

#Conservation, #Act for the Wild, #Taronga Western Plains Zoo Dubbo

Future of rare bird in safe hands in Dubbo

Taronga Western Plains Zoo has continued its breeding success for the critically endangered Regent Honeyeater in just its second year in the…

Posted on 28th April 2022 by Media Relations

Orphaned possum joeys become a new familyOrphaned possum joeys become a new family
Orphaned possum joeys become a new family

#Sydney Wildlife Hospital, #Conservation, #Taronga Zoo Sydney

Orphaned possum joeys become a new family

Ringtail possums prefer to live in groups, which is why these orphans were grouped together before being released to the wild.

Posted on 22nd April 2022 by Media Relations

Little Penguin moulting seasonLittle Penguin moulting season
Little Penguin moulting season

#Sydney Wildlife Hospital, #Conservation, #Taronga Zoo Sydney

Little Penguin moulting season

Keep an eye out right now for vulnerable little penguins if you're near to a colony site.

Posted on 21st April 2022 by Media Relations

Little Weja learns to be a 'real' echidnaLittle Weja learns to be a 'real' echidna
Little Weja learns to be a 'real' echidna

#Sydney Wildlife Hospital, #Conservation, #Taronga Zoo Sydney

Little Weja learns to be a 'real' echidna

Surrogate mum and vet nurse Liz McConnell is happy to report that Weja the echida is showing all the right behaviours.

Posted on 21st April 2022 by Media Relations

King Nyani Arrives at Taronga ZooKing Nyani Arrives at Taronga Zoo
King Nyani Arrives at Taronga Zoo

#Conservation, #Act for the Wild, #Taronga Zoo Sydney

King Nyani Arrives at Taronga Zoo

The excitement mounts as the time draws near when the international icon for gorilla conservation will make his new home in one of Australia’s most…

Posted on 20th April 2022 by Media Relations