Taronga Western Plains Zoo Dubbo - Expression of Interest
Experience a slice of Africa without leaving Australia, join TOCA as we experience an unforgettable stay at Taronga Dubbo Zoo.
At this stage TOCA is seeking an expression of interest for this event, and we are planning for December 11-12 (Dates TBC). Below are the options we will be offering and indicative pricing. At this stage we are asking that interested members please register their interest through member jungle.
After registering, please email email@example.com with your accommodation preference and the number of adults & children. Please note there is limited cabins available at the zoo, and should this event proceed they will be allocated to members upon paying the full amount owing on a first pay basis. TOCA will seek a discount for members if there are enough rooms reserved.
Convoys will run from both Canberra and Sydney for this event. Details for the convoys will be provided closer to the event date.
The EOI will close on Sunday May 16th, 2021.
Pricing is based on 2 adults, 2 children and is indicative.
|Animal View Lodge (Zoofari)||$1,312||In Dubbo Zoo||
|Bushland Lodge (Zoofari)||$1,192||In Dubbo Zoo||
|Billabong Camp||$702||In Dubbo Zoo||Double Tent, 2 Day Admission, Dinner & Breakfast, guided walking tours - not available to under 5 year olds|
|Savannah Cabin (Ultimate)||$649||2km outside Zoo||2 Bedroom, 2 Day Admission, Breakfast / Dinner Hampers|
|Australian Heritage Motor Inn||$230||In Dubbo||Does not include Zoo Entry|
For more information on the above accommodation options please visit Taronga Dubbo Zoo’s website
Options may be available to join in with this event with your own accomodation, however these will only be provided if the event proceeds.
About Targona Zoo
At Taronga Zoo in Sydney and Taronga Western Plains Zoo in Dubbo, we lead conservation efforts in the field and participate in regional and global conservation breeding programs to establish insurance populations for species threatened in the wild. We also operate two wildlife hospitals that treat and rehabilitate injured native wildlife, as well as providing best practice health care for the animals at our Zoos.
Taronga has a deep commitment to conservation science. In Australia and internationally, we work with universities, governments and conservation partners to respond to challenges impacting wildlife and people. We also have a proud tradition of delivering conservation education programs that increase knowledge and awareness and inspire students to become global leaders in conservation. Taronga receives support from the NSW Government and the Taronga Foundation. Established in 2000, the Taronga Foundation raises funds for conservation, education programs and wildlife in our care.