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Hobart: Bonorong Wildlife Sanctuary Guided Night Tour19 Reviews
Enjoy this unique, small group night tour of Bonorong Wildlife Sanctuary where you will have an opportunity to interact with a variety of nocturnal animals and even assist your expert guide in feeding Tasmanian Devils their dinner.
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- Experience hand-feeding weird and wonderful creatures like Eastern quolls, tawny frogmouths and sugar gliders
- Help your guide feed the Tasmanian devils their dinner
- Enjoy a small group experience to maximise your interaction with the animals
DescriptionThe Bonorong Night Tour is a group feeding tour with a guide just for your group. Group sizes are kept small to ensure every participant has plenty of opportunity to interact with the critters. You will enter the animals’ world and experience hand-feeding weird and wonderful creatures like Eastern quolls, tawny frogmouths and sugar gliders. You will also be able to help your guide feed the Tassie devils their dinner! In fact, you are going to help feed almost all of the animals in the sanctuary. First it’s dinner time for the daylight dwellers and then the nocturnal animals get their breakfast. A special highlight is meeting the mob of friendly Forester kangaroos. You are also going to meet some incredible survivors as many of the animals are recovering from injury or are orphans. Your guide will show you how you are helping to get the animals back into the wild.
IncludesAdmission 2.5 hour night tour Feeding Guide
- Specific tours may be cancelled due to severe inclement weather or animal welfare issues. If a tour is cancelled, participants will be offered an alternative encounter or a full refund All participants must agree to follow instructions given by the keeper Participants will not be able to hold animals, but where appropriate will be able to pat them under supervision of the keeper It is not guaranteed that participants will be able to feed the animals, but where appropriate this may be offered by the keeper A paying adult must accompany children under 16 years of age Parents or adult guardians must take responsibility for participating children at all times Participants may be asked to leave the enclosure at any time during the tours at the discretion of staff