As we get to set to welcome in 2019 many of us have started thinking of life-changing improvements we could make for the New Year.
A few of the animals at Perth Zoo have already started enjoying some early Christmas surprises as part of their regular enrichment program.
Our Vet Department see all kinds of creatures through their door, scaly, feathery and furry, but it is hard to find patients sweeter than baby Sugar Glider twins!
Perth Zoo has said farewell to one of their oldest animals, Estuarine Crocodile, Simmo, who passed away in his exhibit yesterday.
In the lead up to World Elephant Day on August 12th, Perth Zoo is ‘going grey.’ Senior Elephant Keeper, Kirsty Carey, tells us why she wants everyone to get involved and show their support for these gentle giants!
Come visit us during NAIDOC week to see the new Aboriginal mural in Perth Zoo’s Australian Bushwalk and take a visual journey back to the Dreamtime.
In the Australian Bushwalk at the Zoo there is one member of our Quokka group that may stand out from the others, our young joey that still has some growing to do!
A wild Forest Red-tailed Cockatoo was recently treated by Perth Zoo’s vets for a severe leg fracture, following a collision with a car.
Mini-moustached monkeys are the latest arrivals at Perth Zoo, which is experiencing a baby boom at the moment!
We recently welcomed two Slow Lorises, who have come to Perth Zoo as ‘Ambassador Animals’ for their species.