Visit The Sanctuary
The Kangaroo Sanctuary is a place to celebrate the beauty of the red kangaroo – an Australian icon.
The Sanctuary is located in Alice Springs, Northern Territory (right in the Centre of Australia) and is the home of Brolga and his kangaroo family as seen on ‘Kangaroo Dundee’ (BBC / Nat Geo documentary). On our guided tour you will experience a leisurely walk through The Sanctuary’s 188 acre wildlife reserve where you might meet the kangaroo characters from Kangaroo Dundee and many others.
The Sanctuary can only be visited on a pre-booked guided sunset tour. Our kangaroos come first, and because kangaroos sleep during the day we don’t disturb them. This is why our guided tours are in the late afternoon…just when our kangaroos are starting to wake from their day-time sleep.
The Sanctuary is only open Tuesday to Friday for a guided sunset tour of about 2.5-3 hours. Bookings are essential (bus transfers included from most hotels/hostels/caravan parks). Tours are limited to 30. We recommend booking in advance because the tours sell out fast! Adult – $85 Child – $45
Make your booking at the Book Visit Online / Book Now button or contact us on 08 8965 0038 during business hours or email@example.com.
For private tour groups and school groups please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
More information about our tour
– There are no self-drives to the Sanctuary to ensure protection of the natural environment
– We recommended you bring a bottle of water and wear closed shoes
– Most tours are guided by Brolga who owns the Sanctuary
– We are closed 16 December 2017 to 1 February 2018 because the kangaroos are on holidays (-:
– Enjoy your tour!
Pick up times in 2017
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#1 of 70 Things to do in Alice Springs!
Our Sunset Tour gets consistently high ratings on TripAdvisor and we’re listed as the Number One thing to do when you’re visiting Alice Springs! Our visitors love holding baby kangaroos (know as joeys) and admire the passion Brolga shows for his work with kangaroos. Some have described the tour as a “humbling experience” and many have said it has been the highlight of their trip to Alice Springs and Australia.
TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence winner 2015 & 2016!
TripAdvisor gives a Certificate of Excellence to attractions that consistently earn great reviews from travellers. The Kangaroo Sanctuary is proud to be a consistent winner thanks to the great reviews and support from vistors who tell everyone about their experience on TripAdvisor. Read some of their reviews.
Here are a couple of recent 5 out of 5 reviews:
“A life enhancing experience”
Our 4th year of visiting this wonderful place and it was like coming home to be back at the beautiful Kangaroo Sanctuary. Strolling through the peace of the bush as the sun sank in the evening sky it was so great to be able to meet up with kangaroos that we’d first encountered when they were just little orphans cuddled in pillow cases now grown into healthy, happy adults thanks to the care given to them by Brolga and his fellow carers. And it’s a very special feeling to be out amongst these beautiful creatures as darkness begins to fall – we were also lucky enough to witness the incredible sight of a huge full moon slowly rising above the trees. A Sunset Tour here is an experience not to be missed if you go to Alice Springs. I’m already hopefully looking forward to returning next year to catch up with Brolga’s wonderful ‘mob’ and see how his current project, The Kangaroo Hospital, is progressing!
“ Highlight of our Australian stay”
We won’t forget that evening in the Kangaroo sanctuary with Brolga sharing his passion with us. Our girls loved holding in their arms the baby kangaroos while walking around the sanctuary. An unforgettable experience not to be missed!
“Healing experience – Awesome!”
This is not a regular, commercial tour. This is an invitation into the life of a man who is deeply passionate about his cause. The tour is kept to a small size and the approach of the kangaroos is close and personal. Getting the chance to carry a baby kangaroo in the arms is priceless. Listening to Brolga and learning more about these animals is a moving experience. So worth it!