February marks the beginning of Tasmanian Devil breeding season, which has kept our devil keepers busy as they go about the diificult task of pairing males and females together. Each devil pairing is comprehensively planned to ensure the best genetic diversity for future genera
In 1978 Zoos Victoria was named the custodian of the bushland adjacent to Healesville Sanctuary, known as the Coranderrk Bushland, prior to this the Coranderrk Bushland was subject to logging and grazing.
Noojee the koala is one very lucky little baby. He was found sitting on the side of a country road near Noojee by a family who brought him to the Australian Wildlife Health Centre at Healesville Sanctuary.
Healesville Sanctuary as part of Zoo's Victoria, is pleased to announce that Olive, Archer and Mack, three healthy disease-free Tasmanian Devils bred at the Sanctuary, have moved to Tasmania as part of the Wild Devil Recovery Project.