May 12th @ 4:30 pm
The guide will take you deep into the sanctuary, inside the predator-proof fence, where native animals are thriving in the absence of foxes and cats.
On the tour you might be lucky enough to witness the Eastern Bettong foraging on native truffles in the wild, or see a tiny sugar glider eating nectar from the top of a flowering eucalyptus tree. You can observe various kangaroo and wallaby species feeding in their natural environment.
The night is full of strange sounds as different species call to one another. You may hear the distant cry of the Bush Stone-curlew as these birds awaken to search for insects in the grassy woodland.
Get inspired by learning how science is enhancing our understanding and ability to restore these critically endangered woodlands.
The walk will take from 2 to 2.5 hours.
Parents/guardians must provide supervision of all children and young people. Suitable for ages 10 and above
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