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Be fascinated by the curious little critters that call the Bonorong Wildlife Sanctuary home during this private daytime feeding tour. Spend some time feeding furry creatures such as wombats, eastern quolls and kangaroos!
Behind the gates of the Bonorong Wildlife Sanctuary lies a world filled with weird and wonderful animals who are hungry! Join this private daytime feeding tour with a group of friends and be led around the Sanctuary with an experienced guide. Upon arrival, your group will be treated to a glass of Tasmanian sparking wine or fruit juice if you prefer, before an extensive session on the shy and mysterious Tasmanian devil, where you will meet, feed and learn more about this amazing and endangered species. Get your cameras ready as you'll have the chance to snap a photo less than one metre away! You will then have the opportunity to hand-feed and interact with some incredible animals such as eastern quolls, wombats and sugar gliders as well as meeting their friendly resident Forester kangaroos.
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.