Roo Gully is a working wildlife sanctuary, and Wildlife Education Centre, situated in the south west of Western Australia, that specialises in the care of injured, sick and orphaned marsupials.
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The Crystal Waters Community Cooperative is a non-profit organisation that manages the public facilities at Crystal Waters and owns the Village Green area including the Deck and Kitchen facilities and the Village Camping area and Cabin Accommodation. Many of the residents of Crystal Waters Village are members of the Co-Op and help its work through voluntary support of activities and Village developments. Several of the members form a management board to maintain the facilities, sponsors the monthly Village Markets and provides the Venues for regular Events at Crystal Waters.
Crystal Waters is situated in the Sunshine Coast Hinterland, 26kms from Maleny or Woodford, 8 kms from Conondale in Queensland.
Nestled among the foothills of the surrounding Bellthorpe Range and Blackall Range, and at the head of the Mary River, this is a perfect getaway in a clean and secluded natural environment. A wide diversity of wildlife abounds in the tranquil bush setting, providin…
Hinewai is an ecological restoration project on Banks Peninsula, privately owned and managed by the Maurice White Native Forest Trust, but freely open the public on foot.
Hinewai Reserve occupies 1250 hectares in the south-eastern corner of Banks Peninsula on the South Island’s east coast. The reserve lies east of the town of Akaroa.
Initially 109 hectares were purchased by the Maurice White Native Forest Trust in 1987. Since then the trust has greatly enlarged the reserve through the purchase of Ōtānerito Station in 1991 and through several subsequent additions. Since 2016 the trust has also looked after the adjacent 192 hectare Purple Peak Curry Reserve, after its purchase in that year by the New Zealand Native Forest Restoration Trust.
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