Aussie Ark

Aussie Ark

Tomalla NSW 2337

Friday 10am – 2pm Open today, 10am – 2pm

Saturday 10am – 2pm

Sunday 10am – 2pm

Monday 10am – 2pm

Tuesday 10am – 2pm

Wednesday 10am – 2pm

Thursday 10am – 2pm

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Join a tour to see iconic Tasmanian Devils in a wild environment and meet some joeys up close!

Aussie Ark is NSW’s largest independently-owned and operated conservation organisation and is home to seven keystone species once found in the Barrington Tops of NSW. Aussie Ark has a vision of providing a long-term future for Australia’s threatened native wildlife through species and habitat recovery. Aussie Ark also firmly believes in creating healthy ecosystems within its sanctuaries, totalling more than 1000 hectares, and through rewilding.

Aussie Ark Tours

There’s no other experience like this on the Australian mainland! You’ve all heard about the Aussie Ark conservation project in Barrington Tops, now you can join a tour to see the iconic Tasmanian Devils in a wild environment and meet some joeys up close!

Tour groups are met by the Aussie Ark supervisor at the Victoria Pub at Moonan Flat (on the western side of Barrington Tops) at 9.00am on the day of the tour to accompany you to Aussie Ark in your own car for a 10.00am tour start. Visitors from the Gloucester side should arrange a meeting place at the corner of Pheasant Creek Road and Tomalla Road.

This fully escorted tour runs for 2.5 hours at Aussie Ark and features a tour of the Aussie Ark Centre, complete with state of the art displays. The tour will then take in some devil enrichment, a special form of feeding which encourages wild behaviour, interaction with joeys born at Aussie Ark earlier this year and a rare chance to become immersed in the devil’s natural habitat by entering huge free-range enclosures to witness wild devils in truly wild conditions.

Space is limited to 14 persons per departure, adults $150; child 8-15yrs $100.

Check dates and book online here.

What did others have to say?

Mike Coleman

3 weeks ago

Not only are they doing fantastic works bringing Australian endangered species back from possible extinction, the staff at Devils Ark (now called Aussie Ark) are just brilliant. People return from tours and are still talking positively about there experience 30 minutes later. An absolutely smashing day! 5 stars

Titania Giuliani

a month ago

Absolutely amazing! Fantastic value kids had an amazing time. Road in is terrible but definitely worth the drive. If you are in a sedan take it very slowly. Would definitely go back

Brian Stephens

2 weeks ago

Fantastic place to learn about Tasmanian Devils and other Australian native animals. Your visit helps to support the cause of our endangered animals.

Daniela Hollis

2 weeks ago

So worth the time to visit, Max and Kelly are so knowledgeable on their little friends, have been 3 times and each time we have learnt something new

Philip Nightingale

a month ago

What a fantastic initiative to try and save some Australian native animals