Warrawong Sanctuary
Posted by Nicole
Country: Australia
Region: South Australia
Cost: about £50, including the walk, dinner + breakfast
Date: 15th November 2005
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Location: 20 minutes out of the city in the Adelaide Hills.

A wildlife sanctuary, on what was once a run-down dairy farm. Now houses 100,000 native trees and shrubs, lakes and water courses, a rainforest, as well as kangaroo, wallaby, platypus and possum and countless birds and butterflies, all enclosed in a vermon-proof environment. Each day at dawn and dusk, visitors are taken on a 90 minute guided walk. Also has ensuite tents on site for those who want to stay and experience both ends of the day.

 
Posted by: karen smith
Date: Friday, 21st March 2003 08:24 AM
I went to Sydney, Australia last summer and all I can say was that it was the best trip I had ever taken in my life!!! If you love to have fun in the sun, you'll love Sydney!!!
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