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New South Wales: Quoll Headquarters - 164 hectares - Steve Haslam

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Victoria: Witchwood - 9.1 hectares - Jill Redwood

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Queensland: The Roost - 39.75 hectares - Lynn Childs

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Tasmania: Lyn and Geoff's Refuge - 10 hectares - Lyn and Geoff Murray

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Western Australia: Tippaburra Valley - 2470 hectares - Buddy Kent

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New South Wales: Falls Forest Retreat - 80 hectares - Mary White

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Victoria: Wingura - 2.5 hectares - Suzanne and John Brandenberger

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Queensland: Cooper Creek Wilderness - 66.74 hectares - Prue Hewett

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Sanctuaries You Can Stay

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When guests come to Brinawa Bird and Bush Retreat the bush and its sounds surround them. At night, it's the Sooty Owls, Boobooks, Frogmouths, Powerful Owls, and a myriad of frog and insect species. In the morning, it is the laugh of the Kookaburra and the call of lyrebirds, the screech of the King Parrots and the Black Cockatoos to which guests wake. The accommodation is rustic, being built from recycled and bush materials. Guests can choose between the main residence with a double bedroom and spa bathroom or the cottage with a queen size bed and ensuite. There are a range of walking tracks to suit all levels of fitness and in order to protect the native wildlife pets are not welcome.


Location: Hunter Region, NSW 

Website: http://rossdixon.com.au/ 

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Phone: 0429 380 324

 

Cloudlands Writers Retreat

 

Cloudlands is a restored Old Writer's Retreat, offering elegant and spacious self-contained accommodation for 2-8 people. There are 4 bedrooms in total with some themed on Australian wildflowers – 2 double rooms with queen beds and 2 twin rooms. Situated next to the Blue Mountains National Park, the sanctuary is abundant in wildlife and is set in over an acre of old terraced escarpment garden, which leads down to Prince Henry Cliff Walk.

 

Location: Blue Mountains, NSW

Website: http://www.cloudlands.com.au/

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Phone: (02) 4782 7376

 

Inala Accommodation

 

Guests at Inala Reserve can choose between two options for accommodation both with views of the South Bruny Ranges. Inala Cottage, the original 3-bedroom cottage which was recently renovated, is of 4 star standard and is set in idyllic surroundings next to a tree-lined stream in a private setting.  Nairana Cottage (pictured above) is a one bedroom spa unit of 4.5-5 star standard, featuring high quality furnishings and Tasmanian timbers and has been purpose-built to maximise bird and wildlife watching opportunities.The bedroom has a queen size and single bed for twin share. The bathroom has a separate spa bath and shower and the laundry contains a washing machine and clothes dryer. The unit is set in the forest amongst the wallabies and birds and has a private balcony with a gas barbeque and deck chairs.

 

Location: Bruny Island, Tasmania

Website: http://www.inalanaturetours.com.au/bruny-island

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Phone: (03) 6293 1217

 

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Eagle's Roost is a carbon negative conservation property that the owner shares with her B&B guests. Eagle's Roost farmhouse is a comfortable cedar clad home with underfloor insulation and heat transfer ducting to all rooms to share the warmth of the big wood burner in the communal lounge room. There are two patios, both with great views, one facing west and the other north to take advantage of the sun or shelter at different times of the year. Eagle's Roost has two guest bedrooms, each with their own newly installed ensuite bathroom. Guests are free to explore the property and a cooked breakfast using local produce is provided each morning.

 

Location: Tasmania's North West

Website: http://eaglesroostfarmstaybnb.net.au

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Phone: 0477 219 163

 

Base Camp Tasmania Sanctuary You Can Stay

 

This modern, architect designed rural retreat is located in a quiet, secluded and peaceful bush valley, southwest of New Norfolk high above the Derwent River. Base Camp Tasmania is the ideal getaway for travellers, bushwalkers and anyone seeking a sublimely peaceful place to relax and unwind. The sanctuary abounds in native Tasmanian wildlife including pademelons, Bennetts wallabies, echidnas, wombats, spotted quolls, and brushtail possums. Guests can choose from self contained cabins (for up to 6 people) with private facilities, clean and cosy dormitory/bunkhouse accommodation (10 roomy bunks) with rucksack storage or a camping area overlooking the beautiful Glenfern Valley with 10 two-person tent sites.

 

Location: Tasmania's South East

Website: www.twe.travel

Email: info@twe.travel

Phone:1300 882 293

 

Somewhere Unique accommodation

 

'Somewhere Unique' consists of two one-bedroom self-contained retreats. They are set on a private 20 acre bushland property in the NSW Hunter Valley, taking full advantage of the tranquil setting and proximity to native flora and fauna. 'Somewhere Unique' was the first accommodation property in Hunter Valley Wine Country to achieve Ecotourism Certification through Ecotourism Australia. The one bedroom cottages feature bamboo flooring and custom wood furnishings, along with free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs and iPod docks. All offer two person soaking tubs, kitchens, washer/dryers and gas fireplaces, as well as valley-view private decks with BBQs. Complimentary wine and breakfast provisions are provided and in-room massages can be arranged.

 

Location: Lower Hunter Region, NSW
Website: http://www.somewhereunique.com.au/

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Phone: (02) 4998 3257

 

Naganaga Vihara Retreat

 

Naganaga Vihara is a Buddhist women's community who seek to live as sustainably as possible. If you are involved in the Triratna Buddhist community, you are invited to stay as a visitor, solitary retreatant or volunteer. The sanctuary covers approximately 66.7 hectares comprised almost entirely of bushland, featuring pockets of rainforest, cycads and grass trees. Guests are surrounded by wildlife including brush-tailed possums, red-necked wallabies, wallaroos, bandicoots, flying foxes, sugar gliders, echidnas, dingos, quolls, long-necked tortoises, goannas, tawny frogmouths, black cockatoos and rainbow lorikeets.

 

Location: Mid North Coast, NSW

Website: http://naganagavihara.blogspot.com.au/

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Phone: (02) 6567 1416

 
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