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Warrawong Wildlife Sanctuary
Proudly showcasing Australia the way it ought to be.
Stroll through the 5 distinct habitats of the Sanctuary, encounter a myriad of Australian native animals and soak up the therapeutic tranquillity that only nature can provide.
Dusk tours at Warrawong Wildlife Sanctuary showcase Australia the way it would be without cats and foxes.
At your feet, the locally endangered southern brown bandicoots and playful potoroos scamper around in search of food. Brush-tailed and ring-tailed possums do the same but from the safety of the treetops. In mating season, the haunting, guttural calls of male koalas echo through the valley as they search for mates and defend their territories. As light fades, the chance of seeing the shy and elusive platypus increases.
A dusk guided tour at Warrawong exposes visitors to a magical time in the wildlife of Australia. There is no better experience than wandering through this natural environment and watching the native animals undisturbed in their normal routines.
Warrawong is a virtual Garden of Eden for Australia’s unique native animals. Think of it as a 28-acre enclosure and you’re on the inside.
A Warrawong Wildlife Sanctuary dusk tour is a truly unique experience.
The tour is suitable for people 6 years of age and older. The walk is only about 1.5 kilometres long, however, there are some gradients and uneven surfaces so a moderate level of mobility is required.
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