Welcome to Secret Creek Sanctuary
The overall goal of Secret Creek Sanctuary is to save endangered native species so although you will see some of the animals if you visit the Secret Creek Cafe & Restaurant (award winning restaurant within the sanctuary grounds) you are not able to enter the sanctuary unless accompanied by a guide. In conjunction with Australian Ecosystems Foundation Inc., Secret Creek set up the first Eastern Quoll breeding facility in NSW back in 2003. Since that time many other species have been added.
Other animals roam free in their natural environment within the sanctuary. Of an evening you will see Brush-tailed Rock-wallabies, Long-nosed Potoroos, Rufous Bettongs, Parma wallabies, Red-necked Pademelons, Red-necked Wallabies, Swamp Wallabies and Emus. Animals bred in purpose-built breeding facilities include: Eastern Quolls, Spotted-tailed Quolls, Alpine Dingoes, Bush Stone Curlews, Golden Possums and soon Mountain Pygmy Possums.
In 2016 we added a large aviary to showcase small birds of the area. In mid 2017 expect to see Tasmanian devils and koala.
TOURS ARE BY APPOINTMENT ONLY— For bookings ring the Restaurant on 6352 1133 during their opening hours or contact Trevor on 0408 695 958.
Personalised guided tours are conducted at dusk on Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays: $15 adult, $10 children.