Mulligans Flat Woodland Sanctuary provides a safe haven where our reintroduced species can thrive. In the healthy box-gum woodland, wildness dominates.
We work with our partners and dedicated volunteers to restore and protect the woodland habitat. Along the way we draw visitors from the local to the locally and internationally, as well as providing an excellent scientific setting for those studying woodlands and ecosystem restoration.
Through research and advocacy we seek to inspire respect for the beauty, species and ecological processes of Australia’s native woodlands.
A night tour at Mulligans Flat Woodland Sanctuary is a unique experience to step back in time and experience the Australian bush as it was 100 years ago. At night things really come to life in the Sanctuary. Nocturnal animals awaken hungry and looking for food.
This tour will start 30 mins before sunset and take 2 hours to walk the woodland trail, past our woolshed learning area and into the night to spotlight for Eastern Bettongs, Bush Stone Curlews, Eastern Quolls and many other native animals.
Our guide will take you deep into the Sanctuary, inside the predator-proof fence, where native animals are thriving in the absence of foxes and feral cats.