PROGRAMS & PROJECTS.
Conserve through preservation of the natural environment and heritage, participate in endangered species breeding programs and to initiate and contribute to existing research programs.
Provide a platform, an environment, where visitors can relax, spend time with friends and family and become connected with nature.
Field Studies Education
Through the sanctuary's field studies centre we educate with consistency to our vision through interactive internal and external education programs, interpretive displays and partnerships.
The sanctuary is significant for its role in the development of the conservation movement in NSW, and for its association with key persons who pioneered conservation debate, the evolution of the conservation movement in Australia and environmental education in NSW. Also associated with pioneering expeditions which led to the settlement of the Southern Highlands Region and the first written report of the koala and lyrebird in Australia.
Embrace visitors, staff and volunteers with enjoyable opportunities, inspiring an appreciation and connection with wildlife, cultural heritage and the environment. Harnessing compassion and empowerment to act for the greater good.
Protecting Australia’s Most Endangered Species