Open 9am – 5pm every day of the year
Free Spirits of the Sky
12:00 pm every day

On the Main Track, a huge variety of reptiles and amphibians can be seen in their natural habitats. See majestic birds of prey and magnificent parrots on full display at our world-renowned flight area; besides kangaroos, koalas, emus and more! Share in Healesville Sanctuary’s sites of Aboriginal cultural significance on the land of the Wurundjeri people of the Kulin Nation.

Alpine She-oak Skink

Found in only a few locations in Victoria and NSW, the Alpine She-oak Skink is listed as endangered. It lives 1500m above sea level at the top of isolated mountain habitats. Alpine She-oak Skinks will imitate a snake if threatened, pulling their legs in close to their body and flicking their tongues. They hibernate over winter and are known to live for more than five years in the wild.
Conservation Status

Australian Wildlife Health Centre

The Australian Wildlife Health Centre treats more than 1,500 sick and injured native animals each year. It’s an important training centre for wildlife veterinarians, and the home of vital conservation programs and research.