Australia Walkabout Wildlife Park

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Although there is no legal requirement for them to close, they believe it is their social responsibility to Not give people a reason to leave home. They don't have to wait for the government to lock…

Although there is no legal requirement for them to close, they believe it is their social responsibility to Not give people a reason to leave home. They don't have to wait for the government to lock them down.

They can lock their community down themselves. It's easy. Just stay home if you can and, if you have to go to work or to buy food, go straight there and then straight home. Thank you everyone. And thank you to their team who are coming to work every day to look after the animals. They're all volunteers now, but they refuse to give up.

And when they do reopen: They're a Heritage Listed Aboriginal Place, they've 80 acres of natural bush with free-roaming friendly kangaroos, wallabies and emus, they've got koalas, wombats, Tassie devils, flying foxes and all of Australia's other most loved animals, they've got rangers who can teach you how to throw a boomerang and find bush tucker (food), they've got 4,000+ year old Aboriginal sites, they've got cabins so you can stay overnight, and they're less than an hour from Sydney.

Stay safe everyone!
Tassin, Gerald and The Walkabout Team

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