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Thylogale Nature Refuge PDF Print E-mail
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Monday, 11 April 2011 05:57

 

QLD: Thylogale Nature Refuge - David and Diane Armbrust

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Thylogale Nature Refuge is an 8.25 acre sanctuary located just over 60 km from Cairns that is registered as a Nature Refuge with the Queensland Government National Parks & Wildlife Service.  David and Diane Armbrust's sanctuary contains complex notophyll vine forest and a small area of closed vine forest, as well as supporting a number of rare and endangered plant species, including Sankowskya stipularis, listed as endangered under both the QLD and Commonwealth environment legislation.

 

The property also provides habitat for a number of animal species including green possums, red-legged pademelons, musky rat-kangaroos, platypuses, water rats, yellow-footed antechinuses, spectacled flying foxes, a wide variety of birds including the southern cassowary, and many invertebrate, amphibian and reptile species including the Mt Lewis crayfish.  David and Diane utilise the sanctuary for low-impact nature based tourism to raise awareness about wildlife vulnerability and the importance of maintaining natural habitats.

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