Gay Travel: Visiting Sydney’s Taronga Zoo

Published Date Author: , March 11th, 2011

Taronga Zoo, SydneyOpened in 1884, the Taronga Zoo is the first public zoo in New South Wales, Australia. Taronga is the Aboriginal word meaning beautiful view and with the gorgeous Sydney skyline in the background it was aptly named. The zoo has gone through renovation and redevelopment featuring updated exhibits like Aviary’s, Aquariums, Australian Wildlife, Deserts, African or the Asian Rainforest,

which provides a unique insight into the majesty and wonder of the jungle homes of an amazing array of rare Asian wildlife including Asian Elephants, Silvery Gibbons, Francoise Langurs, Asian Turtles, and Fishing Cats.

The Taronga Zoo is continually building and updating its cultural and educational displays and precincts in order to provide the ultimate in family fun. Be sure to check out the free animal shows with trained Seals or those with Birds of Prey throughout the day.

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