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Mallee Cliffs Tag-Along Tour: April 2024

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We are delighted to invite you to an exclusive opportunity to visit Mallee Cliffs National Park on Friday 24 April, 2023. Step inside mainland Australia’s largest feral predator-free area, which is home to some of Australia’s most threatened wildlife such as the Greater Bilby, Numbat, and Brush-tailed Bettong.

Explore the majestic old growth Mallee woodlands and learn how AWC and NSW National Parks and Wildlife Service are successfully re-establishing wild, self-sustaining populations of threatened mammals in one of the most important nature reserves in the Murray-Darling basin. Enjoy the chance to meet AWC's dedicated field ecologists and land managers who are involved in the delivery of this important conservation program in far western New South Wales.

Please arrive at the AWC Depot at 8.15am (AEST) for a 8.45am departure.
AWC Depot address: Cnr Short Street & Silver City Highway, Buronga, NSW 2739

    What to bring and wear:

    • BYO lunch.
    • Water bottle.
    • Comfortable clothing and sturdy covered shoes.
    • Sun protection and a hat.
    • Camera.
    • Binoculars if you have them
    • A camp chair for lunch and during presentations. 
    • UHF Radio (if possible). 

    Cost: $45 vehicle pass (1 x driver) + $10 per person in the same vehicle

    • Tickets are limited to 9 x 4WD vehicles only.
    • Individual tickets can be purchased for guests who would like to carpool for $20. To purchase a carpooling ticket, please email events@australianwildlife.org for a purchase code.
    • Tickets include morning tea, drinks, porta loo hire, expert guides and on ground sanctuary staff.

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