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ANZAC Day / Dine With The Wildlife Terri, Bindi and Robert feed the crocs LIVE in the Crocoseum at 2:30pm
Dine in the dark with Australia Zoo animals and the Irwin Family, 3:45pm - 8:30pm
25 April 2014
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Jane Goodall Celebrating Her 80th Year Special Guests Terri & Bindi Irwin
08 June 2014, 2:00pm
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Ruby Rose and Phoebe Dahl visit Australia Zoo
Ruby Rose and her fiancee Phoebe Dahl made many new friends on their recent trip Down Under.
The model and DJ posted a cute snap of the couple posing with the late Steve Irwin's family, including wife Terri, daughter Bindi and son Bob when they visited Australia Zoo on Queensland's Sunshine coast, last week.
The 28-year-old model shared the photo of the group, all bearing massive smiles, on Twitter on Tuesday, writing: 'Spot the odd one out in this family photo lol.'
In the image, the group are seen holding a selection of animals, including a big blue and yellow parrot on Rose's arm and her fashion designer girlfriend clutching a koala to her chest.
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Australia Zoo And RACQ Join Forces In Support Of Wildlife
The Australia Zoo Wildlife Hospital and Wildlife Rescue Unit are set to receive a significant boost with the announcement of a partnership between Australia Zoo and Queensland’s peak motoring organisation, RACQ.
Australia Zoo owner Terri Irwin with RACQ’s Chief Executive Officer Operations Glenn Toms today announced an exciting five-year joint venture, marking an exciting step forward for conservation projects funded by Australia Zoo‘s Wildlife Warriors charity.
RACQ celebrated the beginning of the partnership by donating two vehicles to the Australia Zoo Rescue Unit and Wildlife Hospital to transport sick and injured wildlife safely and comfortably. RACQ will keep these vehicles on the road, supplying registration, insurance, fuel and driver training during the five-year agreement.
As part of the ongoing relationship, RACQ will sponsor the annual Steve Irwin Gala Dinner event in November, as well as a Wildlife Warrior Weekend event at Australia Zoo later in the year. Additionally, a portion of ticket sales generated through RACQ over the next five years will go directly to Wildlife Warriors.
I've never been an animal lover. I'm fond of our tortoiseshell tabby Brutus, and chat with her constantly but rarely pat her. So the prospect of spending a whole day at the zoo without my kids has me feeling a little underwhelmed. My Damascene conversion comes at Australia Zoo.
I feel like the Queen sitting beside my guide, Alex, in a golf buggy, sailing past the people on foot. Our first appointment is with vet Michelle at the zoo's state-of-the-art animal hospital.
"This was the last major project before Steve Irwin died," she says.
"He'd built it in honour of his mum, Lyn, and it really helped everyone here to have something positive to focus on."
If the vets think an animal can be saved they'll pull out all the stops. In most cases, it costs about $150, but koalas can run to $1500 each. About 65 animals are admitted every day - with representatives of perhaps 11 different species included - so it soon adds up.
Don't forget to post your ideas for our next events in the forums! We will be posting the forms for Terri's and Bindi's birthday projects on May 6 and May 10, respectively, and the information on Fan Month will be in the June/Winter 2014 magazine.