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Come and hang out with some of Australia’s iconic wildlife friends at Zoos Victoria this Australia Day!
With events planned at Melbourne Zoo and Healesville Sanctuary, Australia Day at the Zoo will have even more of an Aussie accent than usual!
Over 40 Orange-bellied Parrots have hatched at Healesville Sanctuary making it one of the most successful breeding seasons yet.
Healesville Sanctuary’s oldest animal, Jess, a 46-year-old Wedge-tailed Eagle underwent radiation treatment yesterday.
This is the first time this kind of procedure has been performed in the Sanctuary’s 83 year history.
Healesville Sanctuary’s Kangaroos were on the hop last week busily moving homes before Christmas. The roos moved into temporary accommodation while their home undergoes major renovations that are due to open in December 2017.
All of Victoria’s three great zoos will be open on Christmas Day.
Healesville Sanctuary’s new director has been appointed and comes from within the Zoos Victoria family.
Ross Williamson will take up the role of Healesville Sanctuary Director on 9 January 2017 and has a strong focus on conservation.
Zoo Keepers at Healesville Sanctuary have now confirmed sightings of ten wallaby joeys in the Wallaby Paddock at Healesville Sanctuary.
In the lead up to World Kindness Day this weekend, Healesville Sanctuary has once again teamed up with the Monash Children's Hospital.
Monash Children’s Hospital hosted some furry friends from Healesville Sanctuary bringing smiles and laughter to the wards.
Healesville Sanctuary’s threatened species keepers celebrated this week as the endangered Guthega Skinks woke from their first-ever hibernation at the Sanctuary.
Today is Reptile Awareness Day and Healesville Sanctuary is celebrating scaly and slithery native reptiles!
An encounter with Australia’s unique reptiles is one not to be missed, especially a meeting with Chantilly the Lace Monitor.
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