Taronga Zoo Sydney
“Securing a shared future for wildlife and people.
At Taronga Conservation Society Australia, we believe that wildlife and people can share this planet. We believe that all of us have a responsibility to protect the world’s precious wildlife, not just in our lifetimes, but for the generations of the future.”
Taronga has a deep commitment to conservation science. They work with universities, governments and conservation partners in Australia and internationally on the challenges effecting wildlife and people. The Zoo delivers conservation education programs to increase knowledge and awareness and to inspire students to become global leaders in conservation.
Taronga Zoo is located in Mosman, on the shores of Sydney Harbour. It was officially 1916 and is managed by the Zoological Parks Board of New South Wales who also have the Taronga Western Plains Zoo in Dubbo.
Taronga Zoo Sydney is home to more than 2,600 animals of approximately 250 different species on a spectacular scenic part of Sydney Harbour. The Zoo covers 28 hectares of water front, headland and bushland environment.
TARONGA ZOO SYDNEY
TARONGA ZOO EXPERIENCES
If you would like more than just a visit to the zoo then you can hoose from our range of fun animal encounters and Keeper for a Day programs to get more from your Taronga
Taronga Zoo photos © Destination NSW