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Wildlife sanctuary and rehabilitation site

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Hermannsburg Aboriginal Charitable Trust is the owner of Ntaria Wildlife Sanctuary, a property located approximately 120km west of Alice Springs in the Northern Territory. The property is a dedicated wildlife sanctuary operated and managed by David Thomson and used for the rehabilitation of native animals including red kangaroos. It is David and the Hermannsburg Aboriginal Charitable Trust's intent for the property to continue to be used as a safe haven for wildlife.

Ntaria Wildlife Sanctuary covers approximately 2.3 hectares of native bushland consisting predominantly of arid vegetation, including a dedicated area for the rehabilitation of red kangaroos.

Wildlife known to inhabit the sanctuary includes red kangaroos (Macropus rufus), thorny devils (Moloch horridus), western bower birds (Chlamydera guttata), and various species of lizards, skinks and birds.

Property Name Ntaria Wildlife Sanctuary
Property Size 2.3 hectares
Property Features
Owners Hermannsburg Aboriginal Charitable Trust
Member Since 2017
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