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Yookamurra Wildlife Sanctuary: Open Day Sat 22 June

Event description

You’re invited to an exclusive opportunity to visit the Australian Wildlife Conservancy’s Yookamurra Wildlife Sanctuary.

Step inside the 1,100 hectare, feral predator-free area, normally closed to the public, which is home to some of Australia’s most threatened wildlife such as the Greater Bilby, Numbat, Burrowing Bettong and Brush-tailed Bettong.

Immerse yourself in the Mallee, and discover the tracks and traces of nocturnal mammals. Learn of ways to reverse the tide on extinction, and have all your questions answered over a relaxing barbecue lunch.

Find out how AWC is helping to save Australia’s endangered animals, and how you can help reverse the tide of extinction.


  • Maximum 20 x vehicles (up to 5 x passengers in each vehicle)
  • $50 per vehicle (1 Driver) + $10 per person in the same vehicle
  • Carpooling tickets available upon request & will need to be co-ordinated from Adelaide. Please email if you would like to request a carpooling pass ($25)


  • Saturday 22 June
  • 10.00am - 2.00pm, ticket includes guided Mallee walk, presentation and a BBQ lunch
  • Gates Open at 9.30am
  • A staff member will be positioned at the gate from 9.45am – 10.15am, to provide you access into Yookamurra Wildlife Sanctuary

What to bring and wear:

  • Water bottle
  • Comfortable and warm clothing for all weather conditions, and sturdy, fully enclosed shoes
  • Raincoat
  • Sun protection and a hat
  • Medication, sunscreen (SPF30+) and insect repellent
  • Camera
  • Binoculars (if you have them)

For any questions relating to this event, please email:

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