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Walkabout Wildlife Sanctuary

About Walkabout Wildlife Sanctuary

The Australia Walkabout Wildlife Park is a unique kind of sanctuary where visitors can witness the incredible work of our ranger team, who are dedicated to conservation through education. Our mission is to care for and protect hundreds of animals annually and educate visitors on the importance of wildlife preservation. As a working wildlife sanctuary located in Calga, on the Central Coast hinterland of New South Wales, we provide a home for rescued, orphaned, unreleasable, disabled and retired animals, as well as help protect the many wild animals living in our 180 acres of natural Aussie bushland. One of the things that set us apart is our location on a Heritage-listed Aboriginal cultural landscape, where visitors can explore bushwalks to see some of the important, protected sites for our local indigenous communities. At the Australia Walkabout Wildlife Park, we believe that education is key to conservation and are committed to making a real difference.

Welcome to Walkabout Wildlife Park, the perfect place to meet an amazingly diverse community of animals. Here, you will find many rescued, endangered, or vulnerable animals who all call this park their home. From the cute koalas and wombats to the prickly echidna and free-roaming kangaroos, wallabies, wallaroos, and more macropods, you’ll find them all here. And if you’re lucky, Happy Feet, the emu, will introduce himself while you have lunch! Walk around and discover the Tasmanian Devil, Bilbies, Sugar Gliders, Quolls, Possums, Snakes, Flying Foxes, Pademelons, Cockatoos, Spiders, Chickens, Bush Turkeys, Peacocks, Parrots, Lizards, Frogs, Owls, Kookaburras, Potoroos, Goats, Alpacas, Geese, Rabbits, Guinea Pigs, and Waffles the “Miniature” Pig! So come and experience the sounds and sights of our special sanctuary in the Australian bush!

Walkabout Wildlife Sanctuary

Things to do at Walkabout Wildlife Sanctuary

For animal lovers who are hesitant to visit zoos, Walkabout Wildlife Sanctuary is a perfect alternative. Just an hour north of the bustling city of Sydney lies an 80-acre sanctuary where you can see kangaroos, emus, and wallabies living in their natural habitat. You’ll also discover a range of Australian wildlife residing in natural camps, including koalas, wombats, Tasmanian devils, and dingoes. You’ll encounter flying foxes, echidnas, pythons, and cockatoos living happily alongside their feathered, furry, scaly, and spiky friends. Walkabout Wildlife Sanctuary aims to educate visitors about the importance of respecting and protecting Australia’s unique wildlife. So why not take a day trip to this sanctuary and immerse yourself in nature?

Discover the rich cultural heritage of the Aboriginal people at the Walkabout Wildlife Sanctuary. The preserved walking tracks will lead you on an unforgettable journey to visit ancient Aboriginal sites. Immerse yourself in an authentic Australian bush experience, complete with grazing kangaroos and curious wallabies. Suitable for children and adults alike, this is the perfect outdoor adventure for those who want to explore the natural beauty of Australia. And for the truly adventurous, book an overnight ranger-led Wild Night Out and experience the extraordinary sights and sounds of the sanctuary after dark. Walkabout Wildlife Sanctuary is open every day from 9:30 am to 5 pm, so why not make a day of it and create unforgettable memories with your loved ones?

Walkabout Wildlife Sanctuary

One local company in Central Coast that is involved in this tourist attraction site is:

Website: Synthetic Grass Central Coast Experts

Address: 902 Pacific Hwy, Lisarow NSW 2250

Phone: (02) 4019 2019