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The Healesville Sanctuary Album

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Bird of Prey

We enjoyed a Birds or Prey show at the Healesville Sanctuary. , 12/1/2005

Animal Hospital

The brand new state of the art animal hospital in Healesville Sanctuary. Injured animals are treated here. Depending on how they recover, they are either released back into the wild or live in the sanctuary for tourist to enjoy. , 12/1/2005

Animal ER

This is one of the high-tech veterinarian emergency rooms in the Healesville Hospital. There were no animals being treated, but a technician showed us an x-ray of a kangaroo’s injured shoulder. , 12/1/2005


Jenny and Janet are looking for platypus swimming outside, but it was too hot and bright. They found the little guys swimming in the tanks inside., 12/1/2005


The newly built Platypusary is home to many platypus. Platypuses are very difficult to raise in captivity and until recently, sites such as this have been unsuccessful. , 12/1/2005

Pet Wallaby

Jenny makes a new friend., 12/1/2005


A platypus swimming in the platypusary. These odd anaimals have a lot of energy, spending most of their time hunting for food., 12/1/2005


This womat enjoyed having his tummy scratched., 12/1/2005

World of the Platypus

Alana enjoyed her time learning about the platypus's world, 12/1/2005

Albino and Regular Kookaburra

The Albino Kookaburra was seen in Healesville. The contrast is quite amazing., 1/1/2006