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Baby Giraffe Naming Rights Silent Auction

The highest bidder will have the once in a lifetime opportunity to name Mogo Zoo’s new baby Rothschild giraffe, born on the 27th January 2016. Rothschild giraffes are endangered with numbers reaching critically low levels. As the winning bidder, you will win the opportunity to name the new giraffe and ultimate bragging rights. Be part of the success story to save this beautiful species!

Bidding Opens on:  Friday 12th February midday

Closes on: Friday 26th February 12.00 midnight

All proceeds raised by the winning bid and donations will go to Mogo Zoo Foundation and the Giraffe Conservation Foundation. Donations over $2.00 are fully tax deductible.

Meet the Rhino’s a New BIG behind the scenes encounter

An up close and personal behind the scenes experience with Mogo Zoo’s rhino’s Jabari and Kei. An awesome encounter with one of the worlds largest endangered species.You will discover how these two tonne brothers are cared for on this personal guided tour of their facilities and yards with our experienced Rhino keeper. You may even get to give them a scratch or pat ! A BIG experience.


Mogo Zoo Information

Mogo Zoo is a privately owned zoo situated 10km south of Batemans Bay in the picturesque and historic gold mining village of Mogo.

We are an organisation committed to the survival of endangered animals and provide world standard facilities for over 200 animals of more than 42 rare and exotic species, including the White Lions of ‘Timbavati’. Mogo Zoo also boasts the largest collection of primates in any private zoo in Australia.

As an institutional member of the zoo and aquariaum association, we work closely with all major Australasian zoos, cooperating in various species management programs.We are also actively involved in many global breeding programs.

Mogo Zoo is a valuable tourism asset for the south coast. We attract visitors to the area, specifically to visit our zoo and media interest in our achievements continues to increase.

We aim to involve and to educate the public at large and offer our visitors an intimate, educational zoo experience.[/column]


Mogo Zoo is non-government funded. Upkeep of animals and grounds is funded purely through admission charges, ‘Wild Things’ Gift Shop, the ‘Jungle Drum’ Cafe, Friends of Mogo Zoo Memberships and our Adopt An Animal Program.

We rely greatly on corporate sponsorships to assist the zoo in meeting the financial costs of breeding programs, animal medication and maintaining high standards of health and nutrition.[/column]

A message from Sally

Mogo Zoo does not receive government funding. Admission charges directly contribute to the upkeep of the animals at Mogo Zoo. Without your support the success of Mogo Zoo and its devotion to some of the worlds most endangered species would not have been made possible. Connecting people with nature by doing good things for animals is my lifes work. Thank you

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