About Healesville Sanctuary, Badger Creek
Healesville Sanctuary, formally known as the Sir Colin MacKenzie Sanctuary, is a zoo specialising in native Australian animals. It is located at Healesville in rural Victoria, Australia, and has a history of breeding native animals. It is one of only two places to have successfully bred a platypus, the other being Sydney's Taronga Zoo. It also assists with a breeding population of the endangered helmeted honeyeater. The zoo is set in a natural bushland environment where paths wind through different habitat areas showcasing wallabies, wombats, dingoes, kangaroos, and over 200 native bird varieties. Conducted tours, bird shows and information areas are available to visitors.Wikipedia
Overview of Healesville Sanctuary
Healesville Sanctuary is a place in Badger Creek in the country of Australia. Healesville Sanctuary is easily missed on a visit to Badger Creek.
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A good place to visit if you plan your trip ahead and align the time of you visit to some of the events taking placing in the sanctuary. Otherwise you still might run into one or two staff taking animals out of the enclosure for some fresh air where you can observe them closely.
Had a great day today with the kids Nice place to stay and tranquility..
I love this place and honestly it was better than Melbourne Zoo. They had a bird show and around 85 different Australian species
Great place to go with the kids. Beautiful rainforest environment with heaps to keep the children entertained. Bird show is great
Varieties of Birds are there. The Flight show is awesome. There are few reptiles along with koala and kangaroos. Worth a visit.