Bonorong Wildlife Sanctuary
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Learn about the Tasmanian wildlife including Tasmanian Devils, wombats and an opportunity to feed some friendly wallabies.
Get up close and personal and learn about our unique wildlife. Feed a Tassie Devil, pat a kangaroo, cuddle a koala, or waltz with a wombat and waddle with an echidna. They’re all residents at Bonorong Wildlife Sanctuary.
Lots of local animals. Great for kids. And then stop off at Richmond for a visit to the lolly shop or a great meal.
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…
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