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Sydney Zoo presents – The Science of Survival

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  • Sydney Zoo
    700 Great Western Highway, Bungarribee NSW 2767, Australia

Join us at Sydney Zoo during National Science Week. 

Did you know? Species all around the world are threatened, now, more than ever. Australian scientists are at the forefront of many species surviving in the wild. Zookeepers work hard to conserve threatened species, both in the wild and within zoos. Citizen scientists collect and record data, supporting the fight for species survival.

Come and explore the Science of Survival with us at Sydney Zoo. 

Be inspired and take part in our fun, hands on activities for all ages.

Schools welcome! Please request a booking using the online school registration form.

Activities include:

  • Free Discovery Trail map, to follow conservation trails around the zoo
  • Win prizes when you complete the Species Survival challenge! Our challenge is running throughout National Science Week.
  • Learn about animal threats and conservation actions.
  • Discover how to become a citizen scientist.
  • Free workshops and displays from experts in the world of conservation (from 12 August to 16 August for students, see the school registration form)