MEMORIES FROM SALLY Today, Boxing Day 2016, marks the anniversary of the opening of the gates of what was to become The Mogo Zoo Mogo Zoo owner Sally Padey told the thousands of Mogo Zoo supporters that follow the zoo's news on Facebook: " Today 27 years ago Bill and I first opened the gates to what was to become The Mogo Zoo." "What an amazing journey it has been - we had $4.000 and a Big dream to have a haven for Endangered Exotic Species - who would of thought that those dreams all those years ago would of lead my life to were I am today - an amazing Zoo with an incredible team of people as passionate as myself - for that I will always be so grateful." "The story of Mogo Zoo is to extensive to write in such few words - so to all that have been there - helped - seen my passion - I Thank You - ALWAYS :) :) :) " "Here is a photo from my album of the beautiful Numbi and myself taken years ago -- my my :) I have been so privileged to have met and worked with so many beautiful inspiring animals".
Last week the Mogo Zoo posted a Christmas message photo (below) of Sally and Kinwah wishing all a Very Merry Christmas on behalf of Sally, her wonderful team and all the other animals that call Mogo Zoo their home
Mogo Zoo is a privately owned zoo situated 10km south of Batemans Bay. 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. Mogo Zoo does not receive government funding. Admission charges directly contribute to the upkeep of the animals at Mogo Zoo. Without community support the success of Mogo Zoo and its devotion to some of the worlds most endangered species would not have been made possible. For more information on the Mogo Zoo visit their website and be sure to follow them on Facebook Photos reproduced with kind permission