What’s new at the sanctuary

Tis the festive season and boy has a lot been happening in the lead up to the end of the year, we have new piggy additions, Choo the goat and Jacob the sheep have joined the flock,  Murphy the grass puppy joined the herd next door and we had to bring him home, oh and of course there was a giant flood that wiped out our piggy paddock!!

We have been so busy here having to create new paddocks, new fencing, getting the resort area ready for the ducks and geese, and imminently getting the sheep and goat paddocks ready. We are happy that the sun has come out to help dry out the land, and we have an opportunity before it becomes too hot to dig into the ground.

Currently we are running a Christmas fundraiser, to see if we can buy some special gifts for the sanctuary residents, as they have been so good and have all put in their Christmas wish requests x  ~ https://chuffed.org/project/8nxoglqgx4xd?utm_campaign=campaign&utm_id=95019&utm_medium=facebook&utm_source=chuffedreferral&fbclid=IwAR3arlFG_IXSzhUstfQZi8-xrkN1bnr74UFWYxoYpzvA3XMMn6eSVxsoEBY

get involved

Be part of something special…

We are at the beginning of our journey and want to invite everyone to come along with us and help us to rescue as many animals as we are able to accommodate – we won’t be able to do this without the love and support of the community.
It is a unique situation we are in, that we are laying the groundwork to start rescuing and wanting to set up our sanctuary so that it is sustainable.

As we grow there will be opportunities for people to visit us, volunteer with us, adopt or sponsor an animal, we want people to feel connected to the animals’ journeys and the work we are doing.



Acknowledgement to country

We acknowledge the country in which we are upon today, which belongs to the Yorta Yorta people. We recognise their continuing connection to land, waters and culture. We pay respect to their elders past, present and emerging.