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Warrawong Sanctuary rebirth great news

June 9, 2017

It was a sad day for the State’s animal lovers when Warrawong, the hills sanctuary created in 1969 by Doctor  John Walmsley, closed it’s doors four years ago. The site, with it’s free-ranging animals, platypus-spotting challenge, overnight accommodation and eatery, was a great tourist attraction.

So Grumpy was delighted with today’s “Advertiser” revelation that there is to be a rebirth, thanks to the vision of the well=credentialed  Western Australia team of David Cobbold and Narelle MacPherson.

The new owners, who bought the abandoned 28-hectare site for an undisclosed sum, have plans to revive all the above-mentioned facilities.

I look forward eagerly to sampling them in the not-too-distant future.

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