Taronga Western Plains Zoo

Taronga Western Plains Zoo A safari adventure with over 300 hectares to explore and over 500 animals Find yourself surrounded by magnificent wildlife on wide open plains.
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Taronga Western Plains Zoo - With over 300 hectares of wild and wonderful bushland and over 500 animals, Taronga Western Plains Zoo offers a safari adventure right in the heart of NSW.

22/12/2023

As we count down to the new year, we're reflecting on what a huge year 2023 has been! Countdown with us as we celebrate our 10 biggest achievements (in no particular order!)

8️⃣ Construction of Platypus Rescue HQ

This year we’ve been building a unique facility that will provide future refuge for drought-threatened wild Platypus, an ongoing research centre to study Platypus behaviour, and a pre-release area to prepare recovered Platypus for release to the wild. It will also house a public Platypus habitat, meaning zoo visitors will be able to see and learn more about this cryptic monotreme.

We’re so excited to tell you that Platypus Rescue HQ is nearing completion! The large glass panels at the front of the habitat were installed last month - check this out in the video - and since then landscaping works have been completed. There’s still a little way to go in the new year, so whilst we won’t be opening for the summer holidays, we can’t wait to welcome you to Platypus Rescue HQ in early 2024.

The $12.5M facility has been funded by NSW Government Department of Regional NSW and Taronga, and when open will be the leading centre for Platypus in the country, with the ability to safely and simultaneously house up to 65 platypuses in need of temporary refuge.

21/12/2023

As we count down to the new year, we're reflecting on what a huge year 2023 was! Countdown with us across the year that was as we celebrate our 10 biggest achievements (in no particular order!)

9️⃣ Bilby population survey

Behind the scenes at Taronga Western Plains Zoo is the Taronga Sanctuary, a 110-hectare feral predator-proof area that's home to a number of our conservation programs, including the iconic Greater Bilby.

Bilbies were once found across 70% of mainland Australia, but today they’re only found in fragmented populations in the Northern Territory, Western Australia, and south-western Queensland, and they're sadly presumed extinct in NSW.

The Greater Bilby is one of Taronga’s Legacy Species and we are committed to returning bilbies to NSW and supporting their recovery nationally.

Their future is looking brighter. The free-ranging population of bilbies in the Sanctuary is absolutely thriving.

The population started with 18 bilbies and has blossomed to 136 in just four years. That’s a 658% increase – and doesn’t include animals that have already been released back to the wild.

Our bilbies roam the Taronga Sanctuary, with minimal human interaction aside from the annual population survey. In 2023 this involved conservation teams from Dubbo and Sydney setting, checking and clearing traps, and checking the health of 88 bilbies, 55 of which had not been captured before.

This population is a significant stronghold for conservation efforts for the Greater Bilby, and we’ll continue to breed bilbies in our Sanctuary to support reintroduction and conservation efforts across Australia – and bring this species back from the brink!

Lion cubs Bahati, Jabari and Zawadi are 11-weeks-old today - and we're excited to announce guests will be able to see th...
20/12/2023

Lion cubs Bahati, Jabari and Zawadi are 11-weeks-old today - and we're excited to announce guests will be able to see them from this Saturday 23 December!

Summer will be the paw-fect time to see them as they interact, play and explore their Pride Lands home.

Guests will be able to see the cubs on the smaller of the two Lion habitats from 23 December between 10am and 2pm daily. There’ll also be a free Lion Keeper Talk at 11.30am daily.

Come and see the mischievous trio for yourself 🦁 We're open every day of the school holidays (even Christmas 🎄)

19/12/2023

As we count down to the new year, we're reflecting on what a huge year 2023 has been! Countdown with us as we celebrate our 10 biggest achievements (in no particular order)

10. Meerkat pups

In 2023, Meerkats Midra and Howell welcomed not one but two litters - Asali, Karoo, Nia and Kheo in March, and six more adorable pups in August!

All 10 pups are absolutely thriving at The Waterhole - come and watch them busily digging, foraging, playing and of course doing sentry duty!

Meerkats reach their full height at just six months of age, so get in quick to see these adorable babies for yourself. 🤩

18/12/2023

🦁🦁🦁 Lion cubs Bahati, Jabari and Zawadi don't seem to know if they like the sprinklers or not 🚿😅

Thank you to Keeper Mel for this awesome video of lioness Marion teaching her cubs how to keep cool!

Not long now until our 10-week-old cubs are on display - stay tuned! 🤩

17/12/2023

Left the Christmas shopping to the last minute? We've got you covered!

🎟 Gift an unforgettable day at Taronga Western Plains Zoo with a Zoo ticket - or gift 365 days of Zoo adventures with a Taronga Zoo Friends membership.

🛌 Give the gift of memories with a voucher to one of our unique accommodation sites. From glamping in African-style safari tents to self contained cabins – there’s an overnight stay for everyone!

🦛 Give the gift of a wild encounter with one of our zoo residents! Feed a giraffe or a hippo, meet our mischievous meerkat mob or watch an elephant have a bath. 🐘

🐨 Adopt an animal and support Taronga's education, conservation and breeding of these animals and their habitats. The hardest part is choosing which amazing animal to adopt!

🛍 Or head into our Zoo shop and pick up a unique and sustainable gift for family and friends!

is proudly not-for-profit, which means every dollar you spend has the power to protect wildlife.

So, whether you purchase a visit, overnight stay, become a Zoo Parent, book an unforgettable behind the scenes experience or buy a gift for a loved one, make your gifts mean more this Christmas 🎄🤩

15/12/2023

It's not too late to book a summer escape!

Spend the night in a stylish and comfortable self-contained Savannah Cabin. Enjoy views of sprawling natural grassland right on your doorstep in this family friendly retreat.

Cabins sleep up to six people, ideal for a short stay to explore the Zoo, or a longer stay to experience all that Dubbo and the surrounding region has to offer! You’ll have the flexibility to come and go as you please. Find out more (link in comments 👇)

15/12/2023

🐘 Venture behind-the-scenes into our Asian Elephant barn to watch our keepers bath one of the Elephants, and get an insight into their care here at Taronga Western Plains Zoo!

Book yours now! (link in comments)

14/12/2023

Important cub-date! 🦁🦁

We're very proud to introduce our cubs, who have now been named! 🙌

🦁 Bahati meaning 'lucky' 🍀
🦁 Jabari, meaning 'fearless' 😼
🦁 And our little female Zawadi, meaning 'gift' 🎁

These names were chosen from a shortlist provided by three generous donors - thank you for your support of Taronga Western Plains Zoo!

The three cubs have also been introduced to the rest of the pride! They've met their dad Lwazi, and their three big sisters, Amali, Imani and Mara 🥰

The next major milestone will be introducing them to their Lion Pride Lands habitat so all of you, our guests, can see them - stay tuned next week for an exciting update!

Thank you Keepers Mel and Megan for this awesome behind-the-scenes footage! 🙌

13/12/2023

Visitors can now see critically-endangered Regent Honeyeaters in the Wildlife Hospital aviary at Taronga Western Plains Zoo!

With fewer than 400 remaining in the wild, this is a rare opportunity to see this elusive nomadic pollinator up close, and learn about what we're doing to save this flagship species from extinction.

Visiting the Zoo during the school holidays? Make sure you stop by the Wildlife Hospital and spend some time in the Regent Honeyeater aviary.

12/12/2023

Asian Elephant Sabai knows how to beat this summer heat! ☀️🌊

🎥 Keeper Jackie

Not sure what to do with the kids these school holidays? It's not too late to send them on a wild Zoo Adventure! 🧒☀️🦒🐒🦏🐅...
11/12/2023

Not sure what to do with the kids these school holidays? It's not too late to send them on a wild Zoo Adventure! 🧒☀️🦒🐒🦏🐅

Our Dubbo Zoo Adventures program is a fun, educational holiday program where children aged 5-12 are taken on an exciting journey, learning about animals and the environments they live in.

The program costs $45 per child per day and includes zoo entry, arts and craft activities as well as the chance to meet some of the animals that call Taronga Western Plains Zoo home, as well as the Keepers who care for them.

Bookings essential - head to the link in comments for more information.

It's not too late to book a summer ☀️ safari stay at Zoofari Lodge here at Taronga Western Plains Zoo! Sleep in a unique...
08/12/2023

It's not too late to book a summer ☀️ safari stay at Zoofari Lodge here at Taronga Western Plains Zoo!

Sleep in a unique tented lodge, rise with the sun and watch the savannah come to life in the magical morning light 🦒🦓🦏

Package includes guided behind-the-scenes tours, dinner, breakfast, two-day zoo entry and bike hire.

Check availability now - link in comments.
📷 Luke Lambley

08/12/2023

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Our three little lion cubs are progressing in leaps and bounds behind-the-scenes!
In addition to mum Marion's milk, the trio have also started on solids (mince). Here they are tasting some of Marion's chicken dinner. The cubs now weigh almost 10 kg each!
📹 Thanks to Keeper KJ

07/12/2023

🎉Our Wildlife Hospital is one today! 🎉

We can't believe how quickly the last 12 months have flown by. During this time our expert veterinary team has seen over 550 wildlife cases and looked after the health of the Zoo's animal population, from tiny frogs, turtles and lizards through to lions, rhinos and elephants! 🦎🦒🐢🦁🦏🐅🐘🐒

What's special about the past year has been sharing so many amazing moments with our guests watching our team at work through the hospital's large viewing windows.

Guests have been able to see live surgeries, wildlife cases in the triage and treatment rooms, even most recently a lioness was in the hospital for an eye examination under anaesthesia. This saw quite a crowd gathered at the windows!

As we reflect on the last 12 months what we do know is that we continue to make a difference , and educate and inspire our guests about the wonderful world of wildlife all around us.

Happy Anniversary to the Taronga Wildlife Hospital!

With thanks to the NSW Government and our generous philanthropists, for helping to make the Taronga Wildlife Hospital a reality.

It's International Volunteer Day!Today we acknowledge the contribution of our amazing volunteers who selflessly dedicate...
05/12/2023

It's International Volunteer Day!

Today we acknowledge the contribution of our amazing volunteers who selflessly dedicate their time and talents to support our mission of a shared future for wildlife and people.

Their ongoing commitment allows us to provide our guests with wonderful experiences and achieve so much more

Thankyou for all that you do!

04/12/2023

It's International Cheetah Day!

This is Siri, an 8 year old female born right here at Taronga Western Plains Zoo.

The behaviour she is showing here is very strong oestrus behaviour. Female cheetah can often be quite cryptic with their oestrus signs, often starting with quite subtle signs that can be difficult to detect, building to what you can see here. Each female cheetah is different so our Keepers need a solid understanding of their individual behaviour, in order to detect subtle changes. When a female cheetah displays behaviours like Siri is - rolling, rubbing, ear flicking, using their back leg to rub their ears and tail swishing, keepers know it's a good time to bring them closer to the males and see how they react! Females are typically solitary and can only be introduced to a male when they are in oestrus.

📹 Keeper Kaitlyn, with insights from Keeper Jordan

This week a critically endangered Sumatran Rhino calf was born at the Sumatran Rhino Sanctuary in Way Kambas National Pa...
03/12/2023

This week a critically endangered Sumatran Rhino calf was born at the Sumatran Rhino Sanctuary in Way Kambas National Park, Sumatra. The calf was born to mum Delilah, who was herself the second Sumatran rhino born at the SRS!

The Sumatran rhino is the most endangered of all rhinoceros’ species due to its rapid rate of decline. Estimates vary, but all agree there are no more than 80 individuals left in the wild. It means every birth is a beacon of hope for a species on the brink of extinction.

Taronga is proud to be a founding member of the International Rhino Foundation, and while we do not have Sumatran Rhinos at our zoos in Dubbo or Sydney, our vets, pathologists, reproductive biologists and tourism team are actively engaged in projects with the Sumatran Rhino Sanctuary. We also support Rhino Protection Units to prevent and prosecute wildlife criminals.

📷 Indonesian Ministry of Environment and Forestry

Have you spotted the gorgeous Koala Tammin in our Aussie Walkthrough? 🥰Thanks to keeper Nic for these awesome snaps 📷✨
01/12/2023

Have you spotted the gorgeous Koala Tammin in our Aussie Walkthrough? 🥰

Thanks to keeper Nic for these awesome snaps 📷✨

01/12/2023

Someone has their hands full 😅🐒

Did you know you can now see Spider Monkeys (and Black and White Ruffed Lemurs) like never before as you cruise by pedal boat around the Primate Islands on the glistening Savannah Lake?

Available Thursday-Sunday, with additional availability during NSW school holidays! To book, visit the Boat Hire Shed, Map Ref. 21E upon arrival at

🎥 Keeper Mel

30/11/2023

On last nights episode of Who's Who in the Zoo you would have seen Lion Lwazi's long journey to Taronga Western Plains Zoo in Dubbo, where he formed a special bond with our lioness Marion 📺🦁

We caught up with Keeper Megan to see where Lwazi and Marion are now. Tune in below to hear the most paw-fect update 😉

Also, catch up on previous seasons and follow-up episodes via our Taronga Documentary hub (link in bio comments 👇)

Have you ever seen a rhino shape its horn? 🦏🤔Despite its use in some traditional medicine, Rhinoceros horn is made of ke...
29/11/2023

Have you ever seen a rhino shape its horn? 🦏🤔

Despite its use in some traditional medicine, Rhinoceros horn is made of keratin, the same substance as our human hair and fingernails - there's no scientific evidence it has any medicinal value.

Just like our fingernails, rhinos like to shape their horns in all different shapes and sizes - some long and straight and pointy, some curved and rounded. And just like our fingernails, rhino horns get soft when wet. So when it's a rainy day at , you can bet our rhinos are rubbing their horns against, trees, fences and other furniture in their paddocks to get that horn just the way they like it!

Thank you to Keeper Grace for these amazing photos of Black Rhino Pampoen halfway through his 'horn-icure' 😄

It's   and it's never been easier to support our amazing conservation work at  !  is proudly not-for-profit, which means...
28/11/2023

It's and it's never been easier to support our amazing conservation work at !

is proudly not-for-profit, which means every dollar you spend has the power to protect wildlife!

🐨 Adopt an animal and support Taronga's education, conservation and breeding of these animals and their habitats. The hardest part is choosing which amazing animal to adopt!

🎟 Buy a Zoo ticket for the ultimate day out with family and friends - or get 365 days of Zoo Adventures with a Taronga Zoo Friends membership (discounts available for Dubbo region locals)

☕ Grab a cuppa or bite to eat at one of our cafés

🛍 Pick up a unique and sustainable gift for family and friends (or treat yourself!)

🦛 Experience one of our once in a life-time animal encounters! Get eye-to-eye with our tallest residents, feed a hippo, meet our mischievous meerkat mob or watch an elephant have a bath! 🐘

🛌 Book an unforgettable overnight stay. From a luxury eco-retreat, African-style safari tents, glamping to camping Dubbo – there’s an overnight stay for everyone!

🦏 Or donate to one of our appeals and make a direct contribution to saving species like the Southern Black Rhinoceros!

So, whether you purchase a visit, overnight stay, become a Zoo Parent, book an unforgettable behind the scenes experience or buy a gift for a loved one, every dollar you spend at Taronga Western Plains Zoo helps save wildlife! Learn more at link in comments 👇

📷 Rick Stevens/ Guy Dixon

27/11/2023

Did you catch the season premiere of Taronga: Who's Who in the Zoo?

On this week's episode we're taking a trip down memory lane in to when lion Lwazi first met lioness Marion 🦁🧡

Catch up on the last three seasons and follow-up episodes via our Taronga Documentary hub via the link in the comments 👇

27/11/2023

Belize, the oldest of our spider monkey babies, turns 1 today! 🥳

You can check out our spider monkey troop during our daily Spider Monkey feed between 12.30pm and 1pm from the Savannah Lake viewing area next to Cafe Wild - or climb aboard one of our pedal boats and see them from the lake itself!

📷 Keeper Bridget

24/11/2023

🔊 Chuditch ASMR 🔊

We could listen to this adorable Chuditch eating a hard boiled egg all day 🥰

What is a Chuditch, you ask? Also known as Idnya or Western Quoll, the Chuditch is one of four species of quoll in Australia and WA's largest endemic predator. They could once be found across 70% of mainland Australia but sadly they've been reduced to just 5% of their former range since European settlement.

But thanks to the generous philanthropic support of the Kinghorn Foundation, we're working to change that! Since the start of our Chuditch conservation breeding program in 2022, we've bred 37 joeys and released a total of 30 Chuditch to key conservation sites in South Australia and Western Australia. 💪💪

🔎 Can you spot the animal in this photo? 🔍(Hint: they're an expert at camouflage, and very, very fast!)📷 Keeper Kaitlyn
24/11/2023

🔎 Can you spot the animal in this photo? 🔍

(Hint: they're an expert at camouflage, and very, very fast!)

📷 Keeper Kaitlyn

23/11/2023

Marion and Lwazi's cubs may be approaching the 7-kilo mark, but the world is still a very big place!

Thank you to Keeper KJ for this stunning footage straight from the lions' den.

Marion's nest box is designed to keep newborn cubs *in* - safe and warm in their first weeks of life. Our cub trio are now *almost* big enough to start exploring the world outside!

This crash of rhinos does not appreciate the crash of thunder! 🦏⛈Our White Rhinos Likwezi, Mopani and calf Jabulani also...
22/11/2023

This crash of rhinos does not appreciate the crash of thunder! 🦏⛈

Our White Rhinos Likwezi, Mopani and calf Jabulani also don't really like getting rained on ☔ - although they do love the muddy puddles that follow! 😉

Thank you Keeper Glyn for capturing this moment as a storm rolled in over the White Rhino paddock.

Then…and now! 😍Masikio, meaning 'ears' in Swahili, is our gorgeous Bongo calf at   - and today was his 1st birthday! 🥳Wi...
21/11/2023

Then…and now! 😍

Masikio, meaning 'ears' in Swahili, is our gorgeous Bongo calf at - and today was his 1st birthday! 🥳

With less than 100 left in the wild, Masikio is an important ambassador for his wild counterparts.

Mountain or Eastern Bongo are incredibly unique thanks to their distinctive coat pattern and horns which make one complete spiral. Sadly, they are critically endangered, due in large part to logging of their forest habitat, and hunting for the bush meat trade.

But you can help! is not-for-profit, so whether you visit, stay overnight, donate, or buy a gift for a loved one, every dollar you spend has the wildlife like the Bongo!

Photos: Bobby-Jo Photography/ Taronga Western Plains Zoo

20/11/2023

Don't miss tomorrow's special Bongo Enrichment Keeper Talk, 12 noon at in

Tomorrow (Tuesday November 21) our Bongo calf Masikio turns 1! 🥳 To celebrate this milestone, we're hosting a special enrichment keeper talk at our main Bongo exhibit (map ref M9).

With fewer than 100 Bongos left in the wild, Masikio is an important ambassador for a species on the brink. Come and learn more about this amazing species - and what you can do to support their conservation in the wild!

📹 Keeper Carolene

19/11/2023

Wake up in the wild at ✨

Zoofari Lodge offers an unrivalled in-zoo safari experience. Stay in unique canvas lodges with access to our licensed restaurant, bar, lounge and saltwater swimming pool. Watch sunset and sunrise over the stunning savannah, home to giraffes, rhinos, zebra and antelope.

This safari-style experience is inclusive of accommodation, dinner, breakfast, exclusive tours, zoo entry and bike hire. Book your next adventure today at https://taronga.org.au/dubbo-zoo/accommodation/zoofari-lodge

📹: Luke Lambley

17/11/2023

Those eyes! 🤩

Thank you to Keeper Karen for this stunning ✨ video of one of our lion cubs in their behind-the-scenes den. This time is so crucial for the cubs to bond not only with mum Marion, but to learn to trust their keepers as well!

Over the coming months the cubs will continue to bond with her behind the scenes and have their first health checks and vaccinations. Marion will also introduce them to Lwazi as well as their three older siblings Amali, Mara and Imani, who were born in April 2022.

Zoo guests will be able to see the cubs in the summer months. Stay tuned for cub-dates 🐾🐾🐾

17/11/2023

Guess who's back! 😀🦒

Taronga: Who's Who in the Zoo is back for a fourth incredible season! 🙌🙌

Starting Wednesday, November 22, at 7.30pm on Channel 9 this season will deliver unparalleled glimpse into the day-to-day operations at in and Taronga Zoo Sydney.

Catch up on the last three seasons and follow-up episodes via our Taronga Documentary hub via the link in our comments 👇👇

16/11/2023

How do you mend a broken shell? 🐢💔

This Eastern Long-necked Turtle was discovered by a member of the public along a road near Narromine, rescued and brought to the Wildlife Hospital here at

X-rays revealed multiple shell fractures. The Zoo’s expert veterinary team stabilised one fracture using a pin and a special underwater putty, and flushed and cleaned the other.

To heal, shell fractures need to stay clean and dry - but Eastern Long-necked Turtles feed in water. The turtle was given access to water for an hour every few days to eat, but otherwise kept in a warm, dry hospital enclosure to give its shell the best chance to heal.

Over 11 weeks, the team conducted regular x-rays, and provided the turtle with pain relief, antibiotics and fluid support.

Finally it was time to remove the stabilising pin and ... the fractures were fully healed!

The turtle made a full recovery and was able to be released back to the wild! Thank you to Vet Nurse Katrina for capturing the moment the turtle swam off into the Macquarie River, near where it was found 🤩

It's a timely reminder to watch out for wildlife on our roads, especially reptiles which are out exploring in the warmer weather! If you find injured wildlife on the roads, the best thing you can do is call WIRES and one of their carers will be able to assist in getting the animal to us or another local wildlife hospital. 🥰

It's exhausting being this cute! 😉Marion and her cubs are bonding well behind the scenes here at  Thank you to Keeper Me...
15/11/2023

It's exhausting being this cute! 😉

Marion and her cubs are bonding well behind the scenes here at

Thank you to Keeper Mel for these adorable behind-the-scenes photos 📷🤩 Stay tuned for more cub-dates!

14/11/2023

Watch the moment 11 endangered Chuditch bred at the Taronga Sanctuary in are released at Australian Wildlife Conservancy's Mt Gibson Wildlife Sanctuary in the WA Wheatbelt!

The cohort of 11 individuals were carefully selected from the conservation breeding program to ensure we inject genetically robust and diverse individuals into the newly established wild population at Mt Gibson. Taronga is proud to collaborate with the Australian Wildlife Conservancy on reintroduction efforts for this critical native predator.

The Chuditch was once found across 70% of mainland Australia but has been reduced to just 5% of its former range and is extinct in the wild in NSW, NT and QLD. One of four species of quoll in Australia, Chuditch are WA’s largest endemic carnivore.

Thanks to the generous philanthropic support of the Kinghorn Foundation, Taronga's crucial conservation breeding program commenced in Dubbo in 2022 with the aim of reintroducing the Chuditch to conservation areas where the species has become locally extinct following European settlement.

Since the commencement of the program, Taronga has successfully bred 37 joeys, all intended for wild release. This wonderful achievement was also made possible thanks to an expert, multi-disciplinary team and to the Taronga Sanctuary which was first opened with philanthropic support in 2018 and has well and truly shown its impact as a conservation powerhouse in NSW.

📹 Taronga Western Plains Zoo/Australian Wildlife Conservancy

The key to saving Sumatran Tigers is in the palm of your hand 🐅📱That's right - you can help Sakti, Indah and Satu’s wild...
13/11/2023

The key to saving Sumatran Tigers is in the palm of your hand 🐅📱

That's right - you can help Sakti, Indah and Satu’s wild cousins by downloading a free app that lets you protect the rainforests of South East Asia while you shop! 🛒🌏

PalmOil Scan gives you the power to check a product’s barcode and see if major manufacturers are using certified sustainable palm oil (CSPO). This app now lists products from Australia/New Zealand, including chocolate, sweets, chips, pet food, cleaning products and more! 🍫🧼️

Certified sustainable palm oil (CSPO)
↘ uses less land than other oils
↗ produces more oil than other oils
☠ needs less harmful pesticides and fertilisers than other oils
👩‍🏫 creates more jobs for communities to afford water, food and education!

👇 Download at the link in comments 👇

📷 Keeper Kirsty

12/11/2023

Taronga’s Gift Guide has landed 🎁

Discover perfect Christmas gifts that support wildlife conservation.

Shop our wild range of gifts today via the link in the comments 🔗

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Obley Road
Dubbo, NSW
2830

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Tuesday 9am - 4pm
Wednesday 9am - 5pm
Thursday 9am - 4pm
Friday 9am - 4pm
Saturday 9am - 4pm
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