Australian families are in for a treat at Taronga Zoo!
The all-new Tiger Trek features four critically-endangered Sumatran Tigers in a recreated corner of the Way Kambas National Park, Indonesia. Great fun for the whole family these school holidays!
The Tiger Trek, which is the first exhibit of its kind, takes families on a journey to Sumatra, home to one of the last remaining rainforests in the world. The Tiger Trek begins in an aeroplane and transports families to a recreated village in the Way Kambas National Park. Beyond the village, parents and children have the opportunity to explore a corner of the National Park to see Taronga’s four Sumatran Tigers. The journey then ends much closer to home in a suburban supermarket, where families can gain a better understanding of how responsible shopping choices can help to protect Sumatran Tigers in the wild.
See the four Sumatran Tigers:
- Clarence, a six-year-old adult male;
- Jumilah, a 14-year-old adult female born at Taronga; and her cubs
- Kembali (male) and Kartika (female), born at Taronga Zoo in 2011.
We’re giving 3 lucky families the chance to WIN a family pass (2 adults and 2 children) to see the new Tiger Trek and enjoy a great day out at Taronga Zoo, simply by entering below and answering the question “How many Sumatran Tigers are living at Taronga Zoo Sydney?”