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Saving Warrawong Wildlife Sanctuary

It's only a matter of time.

At 10:37 am (AWST), on January 6, 2017, Narelle and I received a phone call from Gill, our settlement agent. She informed us that we were the new owners of Warrawong Wildlife Sanctuary. So began our journey from Dwellingup, Western Australia, to Mylor, South Australia; all 3572 kilometres of it.

Narelle and David

Packed the Dog

Tuesday 31st of January 2017

We don’t go anywhere without Bear. He’s the first thing we pack. Such a beautiful soul. You’ll no doubt fall ..Read More

Kojonup Selfie

Tuesday 31st of January 2017

We love camping down south in WA, normally around Albany. It doesn’t happen often as we’re quite ‘time poor’. Owning ..Read More

Climbing the Walls

Tuesday 31st of January 2017

This is our 18 year old son Josh. He’s a beautiful boy. There’s a lot to love about him, but ..Read More

Uber for Cows

Tuesday 31st of January 2017

Not sure whether they rang and booked or just hitched a ride. Hopefully they’re off to greener pastures.

Where are We?

Tuesday 31st of January 2017

Britteney, our 20 year old daughter, started taking pictures of signs that aren’t signs. I guess there are all sorts ..Read More

Provisions

Tuesday 31st of January 2017

Time to stock the supplies before we go camping. The fridge can hold a fair bit and the Landcruiser has draws ..Read More

Happy Puppy

Tuesday 31st of January 2017

Bear is just the most beautiful dog in the world. So happy and such great company. He adores Narelle. He’s like ..Read More

One Night Stand

Wednesday 1st of February 2017

We did plan for our first night of the trip to be camping at Two People’s Bay, to the east ..Read More

The To Do Tree

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Excursions
App
Conferences
Volunteers
Signage
Tours
Presentations
Kid's Klub
Encounters
Souvenirs
Plants
Nest boxes
Report
Tools
Communicate
Craft
Books
Hampers
Breed
Acquire
License
Hire
Hospital
Feed
Spotlight
Buy Lake
Air Walk
Boardwalk
Seats
Paths
Connect
Food
Restore
Beverage
Replace
Build
Glamp
Camp
Revamp
Furnish
Amenities
Fix
Council

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It’s always beneficial connecting with a wildlife sanctuary. That’s even truer today. When you connect with Warrawong Wildlife Sanctuary, we’ll give you two benefits.
1. Subscription to “The Australiana”, our official newsletter; and
2. Automatic membership to our “Frequent Fauna Points” rewards program.
Connect once, benefit twice. We look after good people.


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A Point Ambassadors*

We’d like you to see what we see. That is, we want you to visit Warrawong Wildlife Sanctuary now, before it re-opens. Meet us, learn about our vision, share your stories, spread the word.

The top 10 point scorers each week, as of 5pm (ACST) on the Thursdays listed below, will be invited to meet us for a behind the scenes tour of Warrawong Wildlife Sanctuary on the following Saturdays.

Ambassadors Announced Tour Dates
Thursday 15 June Saturday 17 June; 3pm
Thursday 22 June Saturday 24 June; 3pm
Thursday 29 June Saturday 1 July; 3pm
Thursday 6 July Saturday 8 July; 3pm
 

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What's The Point?

It's not just about being an Ambassador. Our Frequent Fauna Points enable us to reward people who look after the Sanctuary. So, in the future, whatever points you have in your account can be redeemed for gifts or discounts. And we're not talking trinkets.

If you support Warrawong Wildlife Sanctuary, we will give you free 'glamping' nights, free nocturnal tours, free cafe meals... Rack up those points. We're going to look after you.