Stand with us and become a light for the wild. Lights for the Wild at Taronga Zoo Sydney backed by American Express is back! Running from 24 May –...
Lights for the Wild
Bradleys Head Rd
Access and Inclusion
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Stand with us and become a light for the wild.
Lights for the Wild at Taronga Zoo Sydney backed by American Express is back! Running from 24 May – 15 June, your journey begins at Taronga’s heritage-listed main entrance—brought to life with our dazzling and moving animal projection show. Walk through the gates and explore the illuminated trail that winds through the stunning grounds of Taronga Zoo Sydney, showcasing awe-inspiring giant multimedia light sculptures: meet the magnificent Sumatran Tiger and her new gorgeous tiger cubs, the vividly coloured Marine Turtle, a swarm of tiny buzzing bees and our larger-than-life gorilla family – plus a whole cast of other captivating creatures that will sparkle in the night. Take time out and alight into the Taronga Centenary Theatre to see a multi-award winning animated short film favourite, reimagined as an amazing 270-degree cinema experience.
This year each of our incredible installations and light sculptures tells a fascinating story about our wildlife conservation. At Taronga we believe in a world where wild species make a comeback. Where the wild remains wild, and one day the balance is restored. Stand with us at Vivid Sydney at Taronga Zoo to become a wildlife champion and be a light for the wild.
|Days||Wednesday – Sunday. Closed Mondays and Tuesdays (excluding 10 June Public Holiday).|
|Session Times||5:30pm and 7:30pm (start times only, approx. 2 hour experience)|
|Ticket Prices (AUD)||Adult $26.95, Child (4-15 years) $19.95, Under 4 free.
Ticket price inclusive of booking fee, transaction fee and GST
Getting There: Taronga Zoo is easily accessible by bus or ferry with services running regularly on weekdays and weekends. Buses to Spit Junction, Mosman run frequently, from there you can change for another bus to the Zoo’s main entrance. Ferries between Circular Quay and Taronga Zoo will run frequently during the festival however services will be very busy so have a back-up plan in mind. Visit transportnsw.info to plan your trip.
Taronga Zoo Lights For The Wild is closed on May 27,28 and June 3,4 and 11.
Last entry is 8:30pm
Taronga Zoo is not for profit. All ticket proceeds go directly back to work in conservation and wildlife care.
Qantas Holidays: now have packages available to Vivid Sydney at Taronga Zoo. Packages include zoo admission and accommodation. Find out more.
For more information head to taronga.org.au/sydney-zoo/vividsydney