Taronga Conservation Society Australia

Taronga Conservation Society Australia

Taronga is For the Wild. We believe that we all, humankind and animals, have a future together. We believe in a world that we can share; a world where all our wild species can make a comeback. And we believe that for this future to become a reality, one species must lead us there...ours.

From breeding programs to partnerships with research centres and wildlife agencies around the world – our zoos are proud to be part of global conservation initiatives and providing inspirational and educational experiences for our visitors.

It is with your generous support that we are able to care for the wild creatures in our Zoos and help save animals like the Tasmanian Devil and Sumatran Tiger from extinction, and continue to expand our conservation efforts from Africa and Australia to Asia and South America.

Taronga Conservation Society Australia takes a 360 degree approach to conservation that includes education, wildlife breeding and husbandry programs, wildlife rehabilitation, in situ conservation, scientific research, environmental sustainability and community involvement.

 
 
 
 

 
 
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AUD $10

Keep Our Platypus Full And Happy

The Platypus is a uniquely Australian species but there is concern about their population density. Rivers are drying up, areas are overfished or ha... Read More

AUD $10

Support Our Platypus Care Program

The Platypus is a uniquely Australian species but there is concern about their population density. Rivers are drying up, areas are overfished or ha... Read More

AUD $10

Provide Specialized Equipment For Our Fe...

The Feathertail Glider is the smallest mammal in the world, weighing less than 10g at full maturity. For this tiny species, special equipment such ... Read More

AUD $15

Protect An Orphaned Chimpanzee

Chimpanzees face an uncertain future in the wild as their forest homes are destroyed by logging, mining, and farming. They are also killed to be ea... Read More

AUD $15

Help Fund Wildlife Protection Units For ...

The Sumatran Tiger is critically endangered, under threat of habitat destruction & poaching, and now there are fewer than 400 Sumatran Tigers r... Read More

AUD $20

Help Prevent The Extinction Of Australia...

Tasmanian Devils are facing extinction in the wild due to a devastating contagious cancer known as Devil Facial Tumour Disease (DFTD). This disease... Read More