The Irwin family and the Australia Zoo crocodile research team have made it to Steve Irwin Wildlife Reserve, kicking off another year of ground-breaking crocodile research. Joined by Professor Craig Franklin and his team from the University of Queensland, Australia Zoo croc experts will once again use satellite tracking devices to determine new information about […]
Mayor Mark Jamieson today pledged personal support for seabird rescue team the Twinnies identical twins Bridgette and Paula Powers today at Beerwah. Attending the unveiling of twin – of course – wishing wells for donations at the home of supporter Yvonne Taylor, Mayor Jamieson encouraged Coast residents to get behind the famous pair, who […]
Australia Zoo today officially opened their new Tiger Cub enclosure. The nine week old cubs will be on display in the enclosure till mid December. For the complete tiger cub experience, guests can purchase an additional tiger cub encounter allowing guests to venture inside the enclosure. Money raised from these encounters will go directly […]
Australia Zoo is thrilled to announce the birth of our first giraffe at 10.10am AEST, Wednesday 16 October. The female calf, named Skye, was born to Rosie and is the first giraffe to be born in Queensland. Both Rosie and the calf are healthy and doing extremely well, according to Australia Zoo Africa curator Laurie […]
[Video] Australia Zoo today announced that their third rhino calf had been born recently, making it the third to be born in Queensland and the third for Australia Zoo. The yet to be named male calf was born on the 4th May and weighed approximately 60-70kgs. A competition will be run inviting the public to […]
[vid]Australia Zoo is pleased to announce the birth of their second rhino calf, a beautiful baby girl. The gorgeous female calf, born yesterday, Thursday 7 February at AEST 11.30am, is the first offspring for Australia Zoo’s rhino, Inyeti and DJ.
An exclusive charity dinner last night (Saturday) celebrated the life and legacy of the original Wildlife Warrior, Steve Irwin, while raising money for wildlife conservation.
A mammoth effort for a tiny puggle found orphaned near Lightning Ridge last week has culminated in its safe arrival at the Australia Zoo Wildlife Hospital.