Wildlife Weekend - Event Program

Saturday 6th March 2021 - 10am - 4pm

10:00am Sanctuary Open

Australian Wildlife Sanctuary's WILD Rover

Mini Beast Exhibit

Games & Amusements

Stalls & information displays

White Waratah Cafe

10:30am Special Ceremony

11:00am Australian Wildlife Show

12:00pm FREE FLIGHT BIRD SHOW

1:00pm Live Music - Rowena Russell

1:30pm Australian Wildlife Show

2:00pm Complimentary Wine @ White Waratah Cafe

4:00pm Sanctuary Closes

Sunday 7th March 2021 - 10am - 4pm

10:00am Sanctuary Open

Australian Wildlife Sanctuary's WILD Rover

Mini Beast Exhibit

Games & Amusements

Stalls & information displays

White Waratah Cafe

11:00am Australian Wildlife Show

12:00pm Mini Beast Encounters

1:00pm Live Music - Rowena Russell

1:30pm Australian Wildlife Show

2:00pm Complimentary Wine @ White Waratah Cafe

4:00pm Sanctuary Closes

More program additions to be announced

Program subject to change

The Australian Wildlife Sanctuary is currently CLOSED as we are

rebuilding after the 2019 bush fires destroyed the majority of the sanctuary.

We are opening on the weekend of the 6th and 7th of March for a special event

You can help with the recovery progress by donating.

The best way to stay up to date with our progress is through our Facebook page.

We are working towards a reopening date in March 2021

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© 2019 Australian Wildlife Foundation Ltd ACN: 635 629 962

trading as Australian Wildlife Sanctuary ABN: 97 635 629 962

ADDRESS

3105 Remembrance Driveway

Bargo NSW 2572 Australia

EMAIL

PHONE

+61 02 4210 4116

The Australian Wildlife Sanctuary is set on 95 hectares of original Bargo Brush. The sanctuary is home to cultural heritage relics and is a living memorial to conservationist and educator, David George Stead husband of sanctuary founder Dr Thistle Stead {Harris}.

The Australian Wildlife Foundation acknowledges the traditional owners of country throughout Australia and recognises the continuing connections to lands, waters and communities. We pay our respect to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultures; and to Elders past, present and emerging.

 

The property on which the Australian Wildlife Sanctuary is located is known locally as Wirrimbirra.

Wirrimbirra means "to keep, to preserve" in the indigenous language.