Moonlit Sanctuary will be closed for six weeks in line with the latest COVID-19 update from the Victoria Government.
They will contact everyone who has a booking with over this period and appreciate your patience.
Remember to keep in touch and follow all their social media pages for all animal news and updates.
Go Wild These School Holidays!
Moonlit Sanctuary is Melbourne’s award-winning wildlife park and it’s right here on the Mornington Peninsula.
Bring the whole family and get an up-close look at Australia’s amazing animals and enjoy the wide-open spaces.
Explore the bushland while feeding kangaroos and wallabies and don’t miss the daily Conservation in Action show. You can also get up close to many of your favourite Aussie animals by taking part in encounters with friendly koalas, wombats, dingoes and kookaburras.
The café will be open with limited seating to comply with social distancing. There are also outdoor tables throughout the park and you are able to bring your own picnic to enjoy outside with the animals.
More than 70 Australian species are waiting to meet you at Moonlit Sanctuary including many endangered species.
With wide-open spaces, Moonlit Sanctuary offers a safe environment that complies with social distancing recommendations while having lots to see and do.
If you have some junior wildlife lovers aged 7-14 and looking for some fun over the holidays check out the Keepers Club holiday program.
During this day-long program, kids discover what it’s like to be a wildlife park keeper as they prepare food, feed and make enrichment toys for the animals. In a day full of fun hands-on activities, they will get up close to many animals including dingoes and pythons and learn how their keepers work to keep them happy and healthy.
Places are limited so book early and make your junior keeper’s day!
At dusk, Moonlit Sanctuary comes alive with world-famous night tours.
Come on a unique wildlife safari and meet some amazing animals with a passionate guide to lead the way. You’ll get up close to pythons, potoroos, tiny feathertail gliders, endangered quolls, pademelons, and many other animals in their natural nocturnal environment.
Tours take 1½ to 2 hours to complete and currently begin at 7:00pm.