Moonlit Sanctuary

Moonlit Sanctuary

Get up close and personal with Aussie wildlife

Open: Mon to Fri 9-5pm, Nightly by appointment

Moonlit Sanctuary grew out of the childhood dreams of Chief Ranger Michael Johnson. He imagined a place where people could experience the rare and unusual animals that once roamed the Australian bush. The Sanctuary features over over 30 animal enclosures, 10,000 native Australian trees and plants and a 2 acre wetland with water birds.


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