More than 40 species of Australian fauna, including many rare and endangered species, feature in the wildlife sanctuary at Lavers Hill.
Fauna Australia has a nocturnal house displaying some of Australia's rarest species and a reptile house accomodating crocodiles, dragons, lizards and pythons.
Other species include sugar gliders, wallabies, possums, bettongs, frogs, turtles, tortoises ands owls.
The business has been in operation since mid-1998 after relocating from Barham-Koondrook on the Murray River.
Owner Kirsten Richmond says the main objective is to educate the public about the rare-endangered or simply lesser known species of Australian fauna.
Staff have backgrounds in ecotourism, zoology and education.
Feeding of kangaroos, wallabies, emus and wombat is included in the admission.
50 Parkers Access Road, Lavers Hill, VIC, 3237, au
Good for: Solo