You’re invited to explore an extra special National Trust (NSW) property, the Australian Wildlife Sanctuary.

Managing Director, Brad Wilson, will take you on a virtual tour of the Sanctuary so you can meet some of the resident animals. See Indy the Wombat enjoy her breakfast, watch an emu get some cuddles, and there might be an exciting surprise at the vet.

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Become a National Trust member before Sunday 17 October 2021 and receive two tickets to see any art exhibition at the S.H. Ervin Gallery in Sydney next year. Membership is a great way to help protect heritage and support the places you love while many are unable to open. It’s quick and easy to join and costs start at as little as $55 plus joining fee! Join today!

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The Australian Wildlife Sanctuary is a 95 hectare wildlife refuge located at Bargo. Like most other National Trust properties in New South Wales, the Sanctuary is currently closed to the public due to Government issued stay-at-home orders. Normally, the Sanctuary is free to visit, keep an eye out for their reopening so you can visit these native animals in person, visit the Australian Wildlife Sanctuary website to learn more.

If you would like to help protect heritage and support the places you love while many are unable to open, you can make a donation or become a National Trust member. Funds received from memberships and donations go towards the National Trust’s important conservation work.

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