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The Bonorong Wildlife Sanctuary is home to a variety of unique Tassie wildlife and they are hungry! Spend 2.5 hours meeting and feeding a bunch of cute little critters including Tasmanian devils, wombats, cockatoos and eastern quolls. It's going to be a feeding frenzy!
Immerse yourself in an incredible animal world filled with weird and wonderful creatures as you join a daytime feeding tour at the Bonorong Wildlife Sanctuary. Each tour is kept small to ensure you have ample opportunity to interact with the cute critters. There will be so much on the agenda during the tour including feeding the wombats their daily snacks, giving cockatoos their squirmy treats, help feed a tasty snack to the Tasmanian devils and hand-feed some tawny frogmouth birds and watch them swallow their food whole. You will also have the chance to feed the iconic koala fresh eucalyptus as you pat their thick woolly fur. Keep an eye out for the secretive and mysterious Tasmanian bettongs in their grassy nests and meet two unique species of quoll. There will be plenty of amazing photo opportunities along the way so make sure you capture your rare interactions with these curious creatures!
Once this experience has been confirmed, changes are at the discretion of the experience provider and arranged directly with them according to this policy:
This experience runs with a minimum of one and a maximum of eight participants.
Spectators are not allowed, only full fee paying guests can join the tour.
This is an all-weather Sanctuary. In the event of inclement weather tours will proceed as normal unless contacted by the experience provider directly.
It is recommended to bring warm clothes and comfortable shoes that you don't mind getting a bit dirty.
This experience takes place in Brighton, Tasmania.