Guided Tours at the Hanson Bay Wildlife Sanctuary
Come on a guided nocturnal tour to explore the many wonders of another world. Discover and learn about Kangaroo Island's nocturnal wildlife. Come discover a world that comes to life while you are usually asleep!
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Koalas, Tammar Wallabies, Kangaroos, Bats, Echidnas, Possums and Bush Stone-Curlews.
Take a fully guided 90 minute walk with one of our experienced tour guides. Discover and learn about the nocturnal animals of Kangaroo Island in their natural habitat and environment. View Koalas, Tammar Wallabies, Kangaroos, Echidnas, Bats and Possums. Take in the spectacular view of the Great Southern Skies on this fun, exciting and educational discovery walk. Our guided nocturnal walk is a must for all international guests!
AVAILABLE EVERY NIGHT (EXCEPT CHRISTMAS DAY) BOOKINGS ESSENTIAL!
AUD $ 40.00 for over 18yr.
AUD $35.00 for 13 -18yr.
AUD $30.00 for under 12yr.
NOCTURNAL TOUR STARTS AT SUNSET
We are easy to find and we have plenty of car and bus parking.
Self Guided Tours of the Hanson Bay Wildlife Sanctuary
Koala Viewing on the Koala Walk
Take a leisurely stroll down our famous Koala Walk and observe the amazing and beautiful Koalas relaxing in the avenue of shady Eucalyptus trees. Koalas Guaranteed!
The Hanson Bay Sanctuary is the best place on Kangaroo Island to see a sustainable population of Koalas in the wild. This is an absolute must for international visitors! You can expect to see between fifteen to twenty Koalas to at any one time. You are welcome to stay as long as you like enjoying these beautiful Australian marsupials. Take your camera, water bottle and binoculars.
AUD $ 10.00 per adult
AUD $ 8.00 for 13-17yrs
AUD $5.00 for 2-12yrs
Guided day tours are available on request and in advance.
These run for 45 minutes, usually mid morning and mid afternoon.
AUD $20.00 per adult
AUD $15 for under 18's
We are open every day. Please contact us for more information.
We are easy to find and we have plenty of bus and car parking.
For information on how to get to the Hanson Bay Wildlife Sanctuary please select here.