WATERFALL SPRINGS WILDLIFE SANCTUARY

Waterfall Springs Wildlife Sanctuary is a non-profit organisation that works with Government wildlife agencies, major zoos and community groups in the fight to help save endangered species.

Located in Kulnura on the Central Coast of NSW, Waterfall Springs is a privately owned property that has been dedicated to wildlife conservation initiatives, in particular, to saving the endangered Brush-tailed Rock-wallaby.

Set on 33 acres amongst a distinctly Australian bush landscape, Waterfall Springs is home to over 60 captive wallabies including 3 species of Brush-tailed Rock Wallaby; Kawau Island ‘central form’ Brush-tailed Rock-wallaby, Victorian ‘southern form’ Brush-tailed Rock-wallaby and New South Wales ‘central form’ Brush-tailed Rock-wallaby.

Waterfall Springs’ mission is to coordinate and unite with the community and organisations to conduct recovery projects for Australian endangered species.

Brush-tailed Rock-wallaby species fact sheet
(PDF download)