Education and conservation


Our goal is to raise community awareness of the importance of wildlife to humans as well as educate the community of peaceful co-existence between humans and native wildlife. As human populace encroaches into the wildlife habitat encounters between humans and native animals can be expected. These unexpected encounters poses a potential risk to humans and animals, often resulted in animals being injured or killed. Our aim is to minimise these encounters by educating the community about native wildlife and their habitats.


The Park has been successfully involved in saving Australia's native wildlife and their habitats for many years. We take a focused approach in saving animals through our conservation program by providing shelter and rehabilitation services for orphaned, injured, sick and displaced native animals, ensuring that animal species will be around for future generations to enjoy. We have a range of educational talks, exhibits and materials that help community to feel more connected to animals and motivate them to take action to preserve the natural world.


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