Platinum Corporate Sponsors
Corporate sponsorship plaques positioned at Australia Zoo's entrance.
Crikey! Australia Zoo is set on over 100 acres, is home to over 1000 animals and is Australia's number one tourist attraction*.
Corporate Sponsorship at Australia Zoo is a great way for your business to be recognised by more than a million visitors a year from all over the world whilst supporting the fight for wildlife conservation.
Align your business with an internationally renowned organisation and bring worldwide attention to your conservation commitments whilst upholding your environmental and social responsibilities. Give your business a distinct point of difference from your competitors by being a Corporate Sponsor at Australia Zoo. A variety of sponsorship opportunities are available, including contra arrangements.
Not only will you have the satisfaction of knowing your business is making a difference to wildlife conservation, as a Corporate Sponsor you will receive benefits and lucrative gifts of appreciation tailored to your sponsorship level.
*Australian Tourism Awards
How You Can Help!
One of our Bengal Tiger cubs with the Australian Tourism Award we won for Major Tourism Attraction 2003 - 2004
As a privately owned facility, Australia Zoo receives no government funding, and to continue with our fight for wildlife conservation we need your help! With the help of corporate sponsors, Australia Zoo is able to continue to maintain and develop:
- Vital breeding and conservation programs
- State of the art wildlife exhibits and facilities
- Fundamental animal rehabilitation programs
Australia Zoo offers businesses many ways to get involved and reach millions of visitors from all over the world. These include:
For more information on your exclusive corporate sponsorship contact:
Phone: + 61 7 5436 2000
Future Zoo Expansions
Steve with Siam the Asian Elephant.
Australia Zoo is at the forefront of the zoological industry in terms of sheer scale, and more importantly, in terms of forward planning. Australia Zoo has embarked on a multi-million dollar development scheme to build on the world class facilities already in place, and to increase in size to a massive 300 acres.
Australia Zoo has plans for an open-range safari experience like nothing else in the world, incorporating the landscapes and animals of the world's most famous wildlife from places like Africa, South East Asia and North America, encompassing a 135 hectare area. It will also include a 300 room hotel, complete with a wildlife experience, transforming 35 hectares of vacant land into a wildlife oasis!
Through Corporate Sponsorship, your business can join the ride and be a part of these amazing new expansions and developments!
Thousands flock to the Zoo on promotional days to enjoy special activities and entertainment!
Australia Zoo holds monthly events every year, encompassing themed celebrations with competitions, activities, prize giveaways and live entertainment. From Bindi's Birthday and Steve Irwin Day through to School Holiday programs, these events are regularly enjoyed by thousands of families throughout the year, with kids of all ages attending. These events are an ideal way to increase your company's exposure, reach your target market and raise awareness of your business in the local and surrounding area.
As a Corporate Event Sponsor, your business will receive a number of lucrative benefits tailored to your level of sponsorship, with pre-event, on-site and post-event exposure for your company. Sponsoring a monthly event is a fantastic way to demonstrate your association with Australia Zoo to a wide and growing audience. A variety of sponsorship opportunities are available.
For more information on corporate event sponsorship contact:
Phone: + 61 7 5436 2000
Platinum Corporate Sponsors
The Australia Zoo Croc Cruiser, proudly sponsored by Sci-Fleet Toyota, at the Steve Irwin Day Gala Dinner in 2009.
Sci-Fleet Toyota have been corporate sponsors of Australia Zoo since 2004.
Sci-Fleet Toyota kindly donated three vehicles in order for us to continue our vital rescue, rehabilitation and conservation work.
These vehicles were used for a trip to Weipa in far North Queensland, on which Andrew Sci-Fleet joined Steve and the Australia Zoo crew to help attach satellite transmitters to wild Saltwater Crocodiles. We are now collecting vital information on the movements of all of these crocodiles, including the croc Steve named Sci-Fleet.
This information is essential in order to promote a better understanding of these ecologically important animals and their continued conservation in the wild, and it has allowed us a glimpse into the crocodile's secretive world.
Coca-Cola Amatil proudly sponsors the Mount Franklin Crocoseum.
Coca-Cola Amatil have been corporate sponsors since 2004 supporting projects including Bengal and Sumatran Tiger conservation and more recently, the Australia Zoo Crocodile Research Trip to the Steve Irwin Wildlife Reserve.
With their help, a total of 150 estuarine crocodiles in the Wenlock River are being tracked, each providing critical data and contributing to the knowledge base of these incredible apex predators. While we can’t take everyone to see crocs in the wild, we can teach you how to stay safe in their territory in our world famous Mount Franklin Crocoseum!
The Fujifilm plaque outside our wonderful Asian Small-clawed Otter enclosure.
Don't Bonnie and Maria just look so happy in their awesome little home!
Fujifilm have been corporate sponsors of our Asian Small-clawed Otters since 1995.
Thanks to Fujifilm, we now have two adorable Otters, Bonnie and Maria, in a state-of-the-art exhibit designed to replicate their exact requirements out in the wild.
The Asian Small-clawed Otters are a favourite attraction for many, and visitors are seen stopping for hours, watching in amazement as the otters dart around the enclosure and slide down the waterfall.
Fujifilm's support is also helping with future expansion plans to breed our own otters right here at Australia Zoo.
Dave from Fujifilm also had the opportunity of travelling up to Weipa with the Australia Zoo crew to assist with attaching satellite transmitters to wild Saltwater Crocodiles. With his support, we are also now collecting data on the croc Steve named Fuji.
Ice Creamery and Lolly Shop coming soon in 2018.
We are so excited to welcome Streets to the Australia Zoo family! Between WWI and WWII, Edwin (‘Ted’) Street with the help of his wife and brother laid the foundations (in Corrimal, NSW) for what would ultimately become Australia’s biggest and best-known ice cream manufacturer.
Streets ice cream was originally made in the back shed by Ted. He would then sell these to neighbours along with sweets, cakes and lemonade. Popularity grew and he soon used a cart, then a one-horse-power motorbike to sell Streets ice cream.
It continued to grow and today Streets ice cream is sold throughout Australia and New Zealand with well known brands such as Magnum, Paddle Pop and Blue Ribbon tempting ice cream lovers. Crikey we can’t wait to have our guests munching on these truly iconic Aussie ice creams!
Gold Corporate Sponsors
The Boral plaque outside the Koala Walkthrough
Leno; just one of the many gorgeous koalas who enjoy the Koala Walkthrough
Boral have been a Gold Corporate Sponsor since January 2008.
Boral has signed an agreement with Australia Zoo to plant the Koala Fodder Plantation on the Narangba quarry site, giving Australia Zoo and local Koala carer groups (such as Caboolture Koala Care & Rescue Inc.) access to the fodder to feed injured, orphaned koalas and resident koalas.
When the koala fodder trees reach a suitable stage of development they will be cropped or pruned to provide some of the feed for koalas at Australia Zoo and the Australia Zoo Wildlife Hospital, and also for koalas being cared for in their homes by registered wildlife carers. This contribution from Boral will assist in a small way to the overall needs of sick and injured koala in the region.
The Mark Webber Foundation is a proud sponsor of Tasmanian Devil conservation
Australia Zoo has proudly teamed up with Formula One driver Mark Webber in the race to save the endangered Tasmanian Devil from the contagious Devil Facial Tumour Disease (DFTD), with the Mark Webber Foundation providing a substantial donation to help improve our Tasmanian Devil enclosure.
"Talking with Tasmanians, we have come to understand the battle that these guys face for survival and the incredible efforts by organisations such as Save the Tasmanian Devil Appeal and Australia Zoo to try and make a difference," Mark said. He praised Australia Zoo for "having one of the most successful breeding programs on record. Their committment to increasing the captive-bred population will hopefully ensure the survival of the species."
Mark was featured in issue #20 Summer 2012 of our Crikey! Magazine for his contribution and support. Download this great 3 page article and read all about it! (400kb PDF)