Taronga Wild! NSW Rhinos Trail
A huge herd of 125 wildly colourful rhino sculptures have charged into town to create a spectacular world class sculpture trail through the streets, parks and public spaces of Sydney, Dubbo and surrounds during February to April 2014 to help raise awareness of the critical plight facing rhinos through poaching and habitat loss.
Taronga Wild! Rhinos is a Wild in Art event that aims to bring businesses, artists and schools together to create a world-class sculpture trail from the Sydney Harbour foreshore through the Blue Mountains to Dubbo and the Central West region of NSW
From February – April 2014 a huge herd of wildly colourful rhino sculptures painted by artists and their small calves decorated by local schools will charge into town as part of a mass public art exhibition to help raise awareness and valuable funds for Taronga’s world leading Black Rhino breeding program and in-situ conservation projects.
On May 14 the wild artworks will be auctioned at The Star, Pyrmont to raise over $400,000 for Taronga’s rhino conservation programs.
To join the charge, discover the whereabouts of all the 125 Wild Rhinos, go to the website.