Warrawong Wildlife Sanctuary is undergoing a major resurrection, thanks to the new owners, and a host of volunteers and supporters.
Warrawong was abandoned in 2013. However, the Sanctuary is gradually being opened to the public. A host of animal encounters, behind the scenes experiences, shows, tours, and camps are now available. See our Meet the Animals page for a full list of experiences. Of course, if you can’t make it to the Sanctuary, we can being the Sanctuary to you. With Warrawong2U, we can bring a fascinating array of our Ambassador animals to your school, home, office, or special event. We bring the wildlife to you.
There’s still a lot of work to do to bring Warrawong back to its former glory, so your support is greatly appreciated.
You can follow our progress through our social media channels.
We look forward to your company as we work towards reinvigorating Warrawong Wildlife Sanctuary: an iconic and significant part of Australia’s conservation history.
There are so many opportunities to have up close and personal encounters with unique Australian wildlife at Warrawong Wildlife Sanctuary. Book a Tour to wander from grassland, to rainforest, to wetland… There are 5 distinct habitats at the Sanctuary, where you will see koalas, kangaroos, wallabies, and more, all enjoying life in their natural surrounds.
For a more hands on experience, there are all sorts of presentations and encounters available, either on site, or at a location of your choosing. Below are some options for you to consider. The full selection is listed on our Meet the Animals page.
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.
- Subscription to “The Australiana”, our official newsletter; and
- Automatic membership to our “Frequent Fauna Points” rewards program.
Connect once, benefit twice. We look after good people.