Meet the bettongs and potoroos, and connect with nature at the EcoClassroom Sanctuary.
You’ll be guided through the sanctuary learning about the local native plants and animals, and then you will see the animals come out for their evening feeding. The animals are not pets but are quite tame and should come up close so you can see them feeding nearby.
The EcoClassroom Sanctuary at Tatachilla Lutheran College is a 3.37 ha revegetated site, modelled on natural ecosystems that once existed in the McLaren Vale region. The sanctuary is home to native fauna including endangered Brush-Tailed Bettongs, Long-Nosed Potoroos and Tammar Wallabies, as well as lizards, frogs and birds throughout. The workshop space is a rammed earth sustainable building connected to the plants and animals surrounding.
Suitable for: adults and families (children accompanied by an adult)
We have First Nations sponsored places available, and may be able to offer sponsored places for those struggling financially.
Please contact Dani Austin at email@example.com for more details or if you have any questions.