Bonorong Wildlife Sanctuary
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Exciting and educational, Bonorong is the place to get up close with unique, native animals endemic to Tasmania-exquisite monotremes and marsupials found nowhere else on earth!
Bonorong Wildlife Sanctuary (pronounced “Bon-a-rong” - Aboriginal meaning “Native Companion”) was established in 1981 as a sanctuary for injured and orphaned wildlife and is Tasmania's most popular wildlife park. At Bonorong you will see native animals which are extinct everywhere but Tasmania such…
Very interesting Wildlife rescue & training facility. Dedicated team educating & training members of the public in the care & protection of our precious & unique wildlife. Get up close to our native friends
Wildlife sanctuary with only rescued animals . An amazing place full of people who are committed to the rescue and rehabilitation of our native animals.
Bonorong Wildlife Sanctuary à travers des expériences Airbnb
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