The Narana Aboriginal Cultural Centre is a truly delightful, inspiring, and hands-on learning adventure. Apart from checking out some of Australia's favourite animals, the centre itself is an opportunity to look at the amazing array of artwork and artefacts that are on display. Many are for sale. You can even have a bite to eat and try some genuine Aussie 'tucker'.
From there, there is a 20-minute drive to The Jirrahlinga Wildlife Sanctuary. Jirrahlinga means 'Seek-a-home for a Kangaroo'. Originally starting life as a place where injured animals found refuge, it has now grown to become one of the most important centres for getting close to and learning about all Australian wildlife. Make sure you have your cameras ready because you will want them handy. Native animals, reptiles, birds of every description. In fact, when you travel with Geelong Tours, they guarantee that you will have the opportunity to get up close and personal with some of Australia's most loved animals.
You have around two hours here before heading back to Geelong. Arriving back at the Museum at 3 pm.
The cost of admission to The Jirrahlinga Wildlife Sanctuary is included in the cost of the tour.
Days of operation:
Departure details: 12/11/20 - 11/11/21
Thu: 11:00am - 03:00pm
Geelong Tours want to give travellers experiences they will not find anywhere else in Australia. They give their customers the opportunity to visit the Great Ocean Road, Sovereign Hill, the Bellarine, a wildlife sanctuary, an Aboriginal Cultural Centre, plus a walking tour of Old Geelong Town.
Over the last four years, they have been fortunate to take many hundreds of visitors to the Bellarine. Since they are so fortunate to have so many fascinating places close to their city they want to give their visitors the opportunity to have experiences they cannot find anywhere else in Australia, and have fun doing it. Geelong is the second-largest city in Victoria and it really does offer so much to travellers from around Australia and around the world.
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