Prices & Times


Weekdays: 10am - 4pm

Weekends, School & Public Holidays: 9am - 5pm

The last admission into the Sanctuary is one hour before close.


Christmas Day

Boxing Day

New Year's Day

The Shed

The reception for the Sanctuary is located in The Shed cafe. This is also where you'll find our gift shop. There is no entrance fee to visit The Shed, so feel free to relax and enjoy a variety of locally sourced food and beverages, or browse through our souvenirs, toys, and merchandise for that perfect present.

The Shed Kitchen Open Weekends, School & Public Holidays, from 9am 'til 3pm.
Regular Monday to Friday opening hours are 10am 'til 2pm.
On all days, coffee and cakes are available after kitchen closes, until half an hour before the Sanctuary closes.

If you wish to travel beyond The Shed, to experience more of the Sanctuary, the following admissions apply.

Admission & Wildlife Presentations

Admission to Warrawong Wildlife Sanctuary, on weekends, school, and public holidays, includes the chance to see, and participate in, a wildlife presentations at 2pm. These days also provide opportunities for visitors to pet and handle a range of Australian native animals. On weekends, school, and public holidays we also conduct Guided Tours at 11am. Generally, on weekdays, there are no presentations. However, visitors can still walk the grounds of the Sanctuary at their leisure, taking in the natural wonder of the protected environment. The incredible bird life is testament to the value of feral-proof fencing and the resident platypus prove what's achievable with a "man-made" ecosystem.

Presentations take approximately 60 minutes.

$20 - Adult
$18 - Senior/Student/Govt. Concession
$15 - Children 3-15
$60 - Family (2 Adults + 2 Children)

If you are interested in Animal presentations on weekdays, group bookings are welcome. Please call on the number below to discuss your needs.

We do accept companion cards for all activities. Please present card on entry.
For any further enquiries please call (08) 8423 6030

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