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    Lavers Hill Wildlife Sanctuary

    by stevezero Written Dec 9, 2004

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    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.

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