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Busselton: Meet the Woylies, Nocturnal Animal Tour

Product ID: 67789
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A unique Australian bush experience. Visit the exclusive purpose built woylie viewing site in a conservation sanctuary. You may also see quendas, possums and other wildlife. Tour includes Billy tea, locally made biscuits, Endemic Flora and bush tucker.
About this activity
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Duration: 2 hours
Starting time 6:00 PM
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Live tour guide
English

Pickup included

Please wait in the hotel reception area. If staying in Margaret River, your closest pickup location will be the Cowaramup Tennis Club carpark.

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Experience

Highlights
  • Visit a colony of critically endangered woylies (brush-tailed bettongs) up close.
  • Kangaroos, bandicoots, possums and other nightlife may also be seen.
  • Billy tea and biscuits included.
  • Exclusive access to a private conservation sanctuary (part proceeds contribute to the sanctuary's valuable work.
  • Enjoy a short bush walk and forage for native bush tucker.
Full description
Join this very special evening tour to observe a colony of Woylies in their natural environment. A very rare, nocturnal little macropod with personality, woylies are small relatives of kangaroos. This tour is your only opportunity to view these amazing, but critically endangered creatures. 

The tour begins with accommodation pickups half an hour before sunset, before a short drive to a nearby private conservation sanctuary that has allowed exclusive access for this tour. On arrival at the sanctuary, a short guided bush walk will take you to the animal viewing site. As the first of the woylies appear, you'll learn about some of their wonderful characteristics, and interesting facts about the area. Other Aussie wildlife may be seen during the tour including kangaroos, bandicoots and possums. At the end of your woylie encounter, you'll be returned to your pre-arranged drop-off location. 

The tour takes place at a conservation sanctuary that has allowed access to their population of free-roaming woylies (brush-tailed bettong). 

Part of the proceeds from this tour contribute to the valuable work of the conservation sanctuary.
Includes
  • Locally sourced billy tea and biscuits
  • Seating
  • Lighting
  • Knowledgeable commentary
  • Bush tucker tastings

From £33.06 per person

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Product ID: 67789