After the sun sets, join this 2.5 hour night feeding tour and enter a world filled with weird and wonderful creatures! Spend time feeding dinner to the daylight residents and breakfast to the nocturnal animals as well as helping animals recovering from injury and those who are orphans.
Animal encounters with iconic Australian wildlife is something you need to tick off your bucket list, and since they’re not always so easy to come across in the wild, the Bonorong Wildlife Sanctuary has you sorted.
The Bonorong Wildlife Sanctuary’s night feeding tour gets you right in the middle of the action, where you can get up close, pat, and even feed the animals. Your guide will take you around the sanctuary to meet and feed as many animals as possible during your 2.5 hour tour. You’ll be involved in serving dinner for the daylight animals, and breakfast for the nocturnal animals, and the group sizes are kept small to make sure you have plenty of opportunity to interact with the Forester kangaroos, easter quolls, sugar gliders, Tasmanian Devils and plenty more.
During your night feeding tour you’ll also get to hear about some of the brave animals that have survived being orphaned or injured and are on the road to recovery. Bonorong Wildlife Sanctuary prepares those animals for their reintroduction to the wild and your visit actually helps with that. This is the perfect opportunity to have rare animal encounters and an experience you’ll never forget.