Waratah Park Earth Sanctuary, Sydney, Australia
List of facts we found about Waratah Park Earth Sanctuary
Waratah Park Earth Sanctuary The Park is closed to the public while plans for renovation works proceed. As always, our priority is the wellbeing of the animals that live in the Park. Staff continue to be on hand at all times.
Waratah Park Earth Sanctuary is a recently established nocturnal sanctuary open from 4pm until late located just 30 minutes drive north of the Sydney Harbour Bridge. It has been established to return wildlife to the region as it was in 1788.
Thierry Regaud wrote about Waratah Park Earth Sanctuary on 16-May-2008: One of the great experiences we`ve enjoyed when we moved to NSW for a year (2006-2007). Thank you! Just found out that Waratah is the name of a plant that is the emblem of NSW.
Sylvia and Terry Freeman wrote about Waratah Park Earth Sanctuary on 9-Aug-2004: The place where our dreams of the good old relaxed days came true.
Waratah Park Earth Sanctuary is a landmark site in Sydney, situated about 30 minutes drive north of the Harbour Bridge in the Ku-Ring-Gai National Park at Terrey Hills.
The major objective for Waratah Park Earth Sanctuary is to restore the balance of native flora and fauna that existed prior to European settlement of the area.
Waratah Park Earth Sanctuary is located at 13 Namba Road, Duffys Forest, Sydney, NSW Australia Driving Directions - Located approximately 30 minutes north from the Sydney Harbour Bridge, the sanctuary is signposted from Mona Vale Road at
"I guess the main idea of Waratah Park Earth Sanctuary is to educate about the Australian environment," he said. "We wish to demonstrate what Australia was like in 1788 and thereby convince Australians that some of it is worth saving.
Waratah Park Earth Sanctuary is a wildlife safari park. A natural bush habitat, Waratah Park rose to fame as the home of 'Skippy the Bush Kangaroo' - the 1960's TV series.
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Waratah Park Earth Sanctuary is a popular tourist attraction in Duffys Forest, famous as the film set of the popular television series Skippy the Bush Kangaroo. Much of the set and props are still there, as are descendants of the kangaroos used in the series.
Waratah Park Earth Sanctuary is actually an already famous location in Australian television, being the very place where the classic 'Skippy the Bush Kangaroo' series was filmed.
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