Billabong Sanctuary

In this sanctuary, wild animals are allowed to wander without restraint within their natural environments. It comprises ten hectares of native vegetation and verdant rainforests as well as tropical marshland. The nearby Undara lava tubes, which are the most extensive in Australia, also provide spectacular scenery. These are large lava tubes close to 200,000 years old.

Among the species residing in the sanctuary are the koala, giant python, crocodiles and cassowaries. The nearby Town Common Environmental Park, on the other hand, provides a home to over 700 species of birds.


 Photo credit – Christian Haugen

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