Hulsbosch designs Taronga Zoo’s end of year review
A long-time pro-bono supporter of the Taronga Conservation Society of Australia (Taronga Zoo), Hulsbosch has designed the Annual Year in Review 2016-2017 brochure that communicates with internal and external audiences.
Whilst Taronga Zoo is well known, the annual report features the breadth of their work that goes beyond the Zoo, from wildlife conservation to science and research. Operationally, they are a global leader and also a centre for excellence at the forefront of wildlife care and preservation.
Jaid Hulsbosch, Director said, “Interest in Taronga is booming. For example, the Zoo has achieved its highest admissions on record this year. The refreshed Report is a sleeker, modern design, which showcases the full range of their incredible successes and achievements over the past year. Many congratulations to the team at the Zoo on their 100-year anniversary and here’s to many more years ahead. The organisation intends to secure a shared future for wildlife and people and we are delighted to contribute to the cause that Taronga represent.”
The theme for this year’s annual report is ‘Taronga 100’. The document includes emotive images from their 100 year Birthday parade, where beautiful animal light sculptures were escorted through Sydney’s CBD by a cast of school children back in October 2016. The parade marked 100 years since the Zoo officially opened in the Sydney suburb of Mosman in 1916.
The giant animal outdoor sculptures were also representative of Taronga’s ten-year commitment to the conservation and preservation of 10 Centenary Species, iconic and beloved animals that include the Asian Elephant, Platypus, and Sumatran Tiger.