Corroboree Frogs are fascinating to watch – you can visit them at a number of places
Southern Corroboree Frogs can be seen at the following places:
- Sydney at Taronga Zoo
- Melbourne at Melbourne Zoo or Healesville Sanctuary
- Jindabyne at the Snowy Region Visitor Centre
- Burrumbuttock at Wirraminna Environmenal Education Centre
- Tumut at the Tumut Region Visitors Information Centre
- Ballarat at the Ballarat Wildlife Park
Northern Corroboree Frogs can be seen at the following places:
- In the ACT at Tidbinbilla Nature Reserve
The Zoos hold insurance populations as part of the conservation program, with all three institutions successfully breeding and providing eggs for reintroduction efforts. At each institution, visitors can see frogs up close and also view through windows into the quarantined conservation breeding facilities.
Corroboree Frog display at Melbourne Zoo
Corroboree Frog display at Taronga Zoo
Tumut, Jindabyne, Ballarat and Burrumbuttock near Albury have small, climate-controlled displays, specifically designed to meet the needs of the Corroboree Frog. When passing through theses town, be sure to check out the displays, learn more about the species and see them in action.
Corroboree Frogs at Tumut Visitor Centre