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2017 Bonorong Quiz Night!

2017 Bonorong Quiz Night!

The rumours are true! 2017 will see the return of the Bonorong Quiz Night as our major fundraiser – and we can’t wait to see you there. We’ll be raising funds for the Sanctuary, Wildlife Rescue Service and the Wildlife Hospital. Enjoy our quiz, a silent auction, lucky door prizes and more… Saturday 10 June 6pm for a 6.30pm start – $20 single tickets – $160 table of 8

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The Bonorong Food Hut is Open!

The Bonorong Food Hut is Open!

It has been a long time in the making, but we are EXTREMELY excited to announce that a project we have been working on behind the scenes has finally come to fruition! Ladies and gentleman the “Bonorong Food Hut” is now officially open! Open daily for lunch, our Food Hut manager Ziad (pictured below) and his team are serving delicious environmentally friendly, vegetarian friendly and vegan friendly food. The

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Farewell Fidget

Farewell Fidget

We write to you today with heavy hearts. “Fidget” our beloved resident brushtail possum has passed away. He hadn’t been acting himself the past couple of weeks and our vet discovered an abdominal mass that we suspect to be cancer. He had surgery on Saturday, but sadly didn’t pull through. The staff at Bonorong are understandably devastated by the loss. If you knew Fidget please give him a loving thought

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Exciting Partnership Announcement

Bonorong is very pleased to announce an exciting partnership with TasNetworks. The company approached Bonorong with the prospect of helping injured raptors and it was decided that a focus was needed in developing specialised rehabilitation options at the Sanctuary. Tas Networks have funded the building of three raptor holding facilities suitable for temporary care of all raptor species, whilst awaiting veterinary care or recovery. They are also funding two

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Penguin Awareness Day

Penguin Awareness Day

Today is Penguin Awareness Day! It is pretty rare to find someone who doesn’t love a penguin… they are rather adorable after all! A few things to think about that may help out our penguin friends: When on land penguins are at high risk of predation by dogs, so please make sure you read signage whenever walking your pooch on or near the beach and avoid areas where penguins

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