A world of unknown species at Warrawong sanctuary

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Situated up the freeway of Mylor, is the Warrawong sanctuary. The sanctuary houses the endangered and native species of Australia. It was established by Dr. John Wamsley to conserve the endangered species. The sanctuary offers various animal shows that help children understand the value of nature, food chain and a chance to meet some reptiles and animals. A family feed is organized every evening before sunset. Bookings are necessary. A guide will take you through the sanctuary showing various animals and birds. He may also feed wallabies. The walk allows you to see the different flora and fauna in the sanctuary and if you are lucky, you will spot a platypus too. The month of September offers you a chance to see kangaroos and joeys.

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The sanctuary also houses a restaurant, feed store. You can buy pellets for the turtles or ducks. You can also stay overnight in the sanctuary. There are tall grasslands, swamps, black water lake, rainforest and scrublands. Night and day tours are available at affordable costs.

Entry timing: 9am to 9pm

Entry Fee: Entry to the sanctuary is free between 9am to 4pm. After 4 pm-adult/child/family-$5/3/13

Location: Stock road, Mylor

Contact info: (08) 8370 9197""

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