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Warrawong Wildlife Sanctuary

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Rhea
Rhea
July 13, 2012
I have never beeen, but it is a favourite place for many to visit when they come or return to Adelaide. Go and try some of SA's best chocolate.
Brett
Brett
August 26, 2020
Warrawong Wildlife Sanctuary is a national treasure. It’s the way Australia ought to be.Founded in 1969, by Dr John Wamsley, the Sanctuary is secured by what is widely regarded as the world’s first feral proof fence. That means all the Australian native animals living at the Sanctuary are safe from…
Jane
Jane
November 25, 2018
Warrawong has just reopened but they do a great talk where visitors get to learn about and touch native wildlife, from snakes, to ring-tailed possums and even a barn owl. If you are able to get there on a Friday night you can go on a walk and get the opportunity to see Potaroos and other animals in…
Katie
Katie
January 4, 2021
Fabulous local favourite. Go in to have a special wildlife tours (check the website for times and prices) or just stop for a hot chocolate with the kids, while you watch the lovely wildlife window.

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Mylor, SA 5153
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