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A dedicated wildlife sanctuary and a registered charity used for education, animal protection and rehabilitation.

  • Tour Price:$10-20
  • Wheelchair Access:No
  • Type:Attractions
  • Activity:Wildlife Park/Centre
  • Suited For:Families,Kids (4 - 12),Teens (13 - 17),Adults (18+),Seniors

Details

  • Tour Capacity:20
  • Tour Locations:210 Kingston Rd, Mount Helena WA 6082
  • Type:Attractions
  • Suited For:Families,Kids (4 - 12),Teens (13 - 17),Adults (18+),Seniors
  • Open Days:Monday,Tuesday,Wednesday,Thursday,Friday,Saturday,Public Holidays,School holidays

Description

At Possum Valley it is their aim to provide a rescue and rehabilitation service for orphaned or injured native, domestic and ‘farm’ animals. They operate a sanctuary where injured or orphaned native wildlife, incapable of returning to ‘the wild’ and farm animals who are neglected or would otherwise be destined for human consumption can spend the rest of their natural lives, without fear of unnecessary euthanasia, predation, human consumption or exploitation.

They also provide and/or facilitating foster care for domestic and ‘farm’ animals and finding ‘forever’ homes for animals in temporary care, so that they can live the rest of their lives as part of a family, without fear of unnecessary euthanasia, predation, human consumption or exploitation.

At Possum Valley they educate the public about the importance of treating animals with kindness and respect for their needs and promoting lifestyle and dietary choices so as to reduce the suffering and exploitation of animals, regardless of species.

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