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Taronga Conservation Society Australia

As more of our natural world disappears, Taronga’s work is increasingly vital to conservation. Taronga is involved in a wide range of conservation activities in Australia and globally and makes a significant contribution to reverse the decline of endangered species. From breed and release programs for native Australian species to conservation partnerships around the world. From scientific research to educating children and adults at our Zoos and in the community, Taronga positively impacts wildlife, people and the natural environment.

By leaving a gift to Taronga in your Will, you are pledging your commitment to look after animals for generations to come.

For example, did you know that the Przewalski Horse was once classified as extinct in the wild? Taronga bred Prezewalki Horses were sent from Dubbo to their native Mongolia in 1995. Currently Taronga is still involved in monitoring the health of the wild population which now has over 300 horses. Since the breeding program started in 1982, Taronga has welcomed over 35 foals. Programs such as these involve a commitment that lasts for decades to ensure a successful outcome.

Taronga Conservation Society Australia is a not-for-profit organisation and relies on funding from generous donors to continue initiatives that contribute towards a shared future for wildlife and people. A gift in Will to Taronga will have a long lasting impact.

If you left a gift in your Will, then please let us know so we can keep you up to date on the latest news through Wild Life Magazine and occasional newsletters. We'll also invite you to special events. Rest assured that your privacy is respected at all times. Please contact us if you would like further information or for a visit to Taronga to find out more.

Taronga Conservation Society Australia Offices

Diane van de Merwe
(02) 9978 4573

2A Bradleys Head Road,
New South Wales, 2088

ABN: 41733619876