For the first time in its 103-year-history, Taronga Zoo will be going virtual, with the launch Taronga TV today.
Tune in daily for a packed schedule of keepers talks and shows, 24/7 live animal streams, amusing animal antics and behind-the-scenes sneak peeks at what the animals (and the keepers!) actually get up to when the zoo is closed.
There will also be resources available for teachers and for parents who are home schooling and looking for fun and educational content for their children.
“Taronga has, and always will, be a critical part of the community and while temporarily we won’t be welcoming guests on site, we are so proud to continue to deliver some of the amazing stories from our two zoos right into your home,” said Cameron Kerr, Chief Executive of Taronga Conservation Society Australia.