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After the sun sets, join this 2.5 hour night feeding tour and enter a world filled with weird and wonderful creatures! Spend time feeding dinner to the daylight residents and breakfast to the nocturnal animals as well as meeting animals recovering from injury and those who are orphans.
Spoil the animal lover in your life with this intimate night feeding tour at the Bonorong Wildlife Sanctuary. Each tour is kept small to ensure you have ample opportunity to interact with the cute critters. Walking through the gates, you will enter a world filled with weird and wonderful creatures like eastern quolls, sugar gliders and even Tasmanian devils! You will assist in feeding almost all of the animals, starting with dinner for the daylight residents and breakfast for the nocturnal animals. During the tour, you will also have the chance to meet their friendly resident Forester kangaroos. Whilst this tour is fun, it is also incredibly moving and eye-opening, making it perfect for animal lovers.
Bookings are essential.
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.
No spectators are allowed.
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 wear warm clothing, comfortable shoes you don't mind getting a bit dirty.
Please bring a camera along to capture the moment.
This experience takes place in Brighton, Tasmania.