Healesville Victoria, Australia Holiday Weekend

Featuring Healesville Victoria, Australia holiday weekend.

Our first visit to Healesville Sanctuary to watch that gorgeous Koala in the park and other Australian exotic wild animals. It’s one of our favourite destinations in Australia. First-time travellers and tourists who love nature and wild animals, this is a great place to visit although any Australian sanctuary we visited is worth visiting all. They all have similar educational background offered on-site and learn more about the different native animals in Australia. Below are some photos we took and a slideshow through TripAdvisor album page.

Current Price quotes from Victoria Zoos link Healesville Sanctuary.

If you live in Australia, and your family loves to visit the zoos, you can save money by becoming a member, get the unlimited entry and also help the extinction problem that Australian wild animals are facing today’s modern world. Here’s their link Zoo Membership in Victoria.

bj at healesville

Historical background of the Healesville Sanctuary

koala

Lovely greetings from a hanging Koala busy eating their favourite foods Gum leaves only.

sleeping koala australia

Oppps, too full tummy put her to sleep while everyone is watching this furry friend Koala.

emu

The humble Emu icon of Australia

kangaroo

Nearly white Kangaroo hairs lol 🙂

dingo dogs

Aussie wild dogs – the Dingo!

Healesville Sanctuary is one of Australia’s most loved tourist attractions, a great place in Victoria to visit and interact with the native Australian wildlife read more @ zoo.org.au/healesville/highlights

 

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  • We are coming to Australia next month and are very excited! Can’t wait to see it all, especially the animals.

    • @The GypsyNesters hope you’ll enjoy your Down Under trips and the sanctuaries…they’re surely welcoming to watch and pat!

  • @Kiron Manuel, you’re welcome…keep n touch.