Taronga TV

Taronga TV

Taronga is bringing its two beautiful zoos directly into your living room! Tune in daily to see your favourite animals, meet our friendly keepers and learn what goes on behind the scenes at Taronga.

Animal live-cams

We’ve set up 24/7 live-streaming cameras at Taronga Zoo Sydney so you can enjoy your favourite animals at any time of day.

Struggling to see the animals? The angles you’re seeing are just one section of a habitat, so they might be exploring (or sleeping!). We offer our animals the freedom to move around their enclosure and display natural behaviours, so if you can’t see them right now, check back a little later!

Lion Cam

Watch as?Taronga Zoo Sydney's two-year-old male lions, Lwazi and Ato, take their place as kings of the African Savannah exhibit.

Elephant Cam

Ever?wondered what the Asian Elephant herd get up to when you're not here? Watch as they graze, swim and play.

Did you know??At?certain times of the day the tigers move back and forth repeatedly in one area of their habitat. This is often in anticipation of their upcoming meal, excitement over a new tiger in the habitat space next to them, or during breeding season!

Tiger Cam 1

Spend some time with our Sumatran Tigers.?The three cubs are especially playful, you might catch them chasing, playing, lounging by the water or jumping on the Jeep!?

Tiger Cam 2

See the Sumatran Tigers from a completely different perspective. You might find the three cheeky cubs climbing and lounging in the big fig tree or cooling off in the water.

Latest keeper chats


Did you know the Scimitar-horned Oryx is classified extinct in the wild? Taronga Western Plains Zoo is home to two herds of the species. Learn more from Keeper Brooke!


Commonly known as 'ecological engineers’ of the Australian bush, Bilbies were commonly found in desert NSW, but have been?extinct in the wild for more than 100 years.

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Latest shows

We're bringing the Zoo straight to your living room!?Tune in to?our QBE Free Flight Bird Show and Seals for the Wild presentations as if you were sitting right in the crowd with birds soaring overhead and seals splashing.?

Seal show

Watch our graceful seals glide through the water, catch fish, climb and dive as if you were in the audience at the Zoo!?Proudly powered by Red Energy.

Bird show

Learn about our exotic birds as we film a training session of Taronga's iconic QBE Free Flight Bird Show overlooking spectacular Sydney Harbour.?

Animal antics

Wondering what the 5,000 animals in Taronga's care get up to? Take a sneak peak into the behind-the-scenes of life at the Zoo with our cute and quirky animal antics series.

Fishsicle Fridays

Our otter-ly adorable Asian Small-clawed Otters enjoying Fishsicle Fridays!

Food hoarder

The moment someone discovers your food stash...how cute is this baby Cotton-top Tamarin?

From our Wildlife Hospital

Ever wondered what goes on at a vet hospital in a Zoo? Taronga's two Wildlife Hospitals at Sydney and Dubbo play an important role in maintaining the health of the animals in our care and in treating and rehabilitating wildlife brought in by the public. Witness?the amazing behind-the-scenes work involved in animal health check-ups, procedures, consultations and more.

Siamang Ape health check

Sudara the Siamang Ape is a much loved resident of the Zoo and recently he had a physical health examination at the Wildlife Hospital at Taronga Western Plains Zoo in Dubbo by vet Dr Michelle Campbell. This is an important part of an aged assessement for 33-year old Sudara!

Sumatran Tiger health check

We're bringing you inside Taronga's world class Tiger husbandry facility! Join Senior Veterinarian Larry Vogelnest as he reveals what goes into making sure beautiful sixteen-year-old endangered Sumatran Tiger Jumilah is in the very best of health in this special vet check.

Conservation programs

Taronga has an absolute commitment to the conservation of wildlife in Australia and around the world. From the conservation of native species with active involvement in breed and release programs, habitat recovery, animal rehabilitation and release - to the preservation of our Legacy Species.

Tune in to our stories as we dedicate to protecting and sustaining wildlife in their natural habitats.

Bilby release

Earlier this month we released zoo-bred Greater Bilbies back into the wild at Sturt National Park as part of the Wild Deserts project. A truly historic moment for?Taronga as Greater Bilbies have been extinct in this part of NSW for more than a century, and now 10 Greater Bilbies are roaming the large?feral-animal free area!

Watch more in this series.

Regent Honeyeater breeding

The future of the critically endangered Regent Honeyeater is in safe hands?with both Taronga in Sydney and Dubbo experiencing breeding success?with two chicks born in Sydney and ten hatched in Dubbo in their first-ever breeding season. Hear more about the zoo-based breeding programs vital to this species' survival.

Want to support us??

You can donate to help support Taronga's important conservation work at any time - every donation helps, no matter how big or small. Read more about how you can help.


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Continue learning, listening and participating with Taronga through?engaging and educational digital programs.

Looking for more?

Continue learning, listening and participating with Taronga through?engaging and educational digital programs.