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BETTONGS

Learn more about the bettong The eastern bettong (Bettongia gaimardi) is a woodland-dwelling, rabbit-sized kangaroo with an ability to carry nesting material with its tail. > LEARN MORE

NATIVE MICE

Native Mouse The New Holland Mouse (Pseudomys novaehollandiae) was released to the Mulligans Flat Woodland Sanctuary in 2013 after a 100 year absence from the region. > LEARN MORE

CURLEWS

Curlews Bush Stone-curlews are an amazing creature that have been extinct in the local region for nearly half a century. > LEARN MORE

QUOLLS

Quolls The team at ANU in partnership with ACT Government have been successful in attracting Australian Research Council to reintroduce the Eastern Quoll to the sanctuary in 2016. > LEARN MORE

THE WETLANDS

The Jerrabomberra Wetlands Nature Reserve, is our wetlands sister-reserve in the ACT. It is 201 hectares created largely by the filling of Lake Burley Griffin on 29 April 1964. > LEARN MORE

THE WOODLANDS

The Woodlands The Mulligans Flat and Goorooyarroo Woodlands have been secured as special conservation assets by a keen community over the last 30 years.  You don’t know what woodlands should be like until you have visited the Sanctuary… > LEARN MORE