Free access to site 24 hours
Donations are very welcome
We are run by volunteers and so any donation we receive is used to run the centre.
Self-guided Sensory Walk
Boardwalk and Gravel paths, with look, touch, taste, smell and listen at points along the way. Visitors are encouraged to use all their senses to experience the native landscape. An information sheet is provided for all numbered posts.
A map and information is included to show where koalas might be found. A list of birds that can be seen is provided. Visitors are free to do a self-guided walk.
Koala Spotting / Scenic Walk – with a Guide (1 ½ hours)
Walk beside the foreshore along the boardwalk to a viewing deck and return via a shady flat path to the Environment Centre. While every effort each morning in spotting our Koala’s is made, there are no guarantees.
An outline of local history, information on geological and local history, story-telling about koalas, other fauna such as birds, frogs, lizards and insects, flora and bush-tucker including tasting. (seasonal )
Adults $10, Children $5 (12 years and under), Family (up to 4) $20, Group Discounts available
Catering (by prior arrangement)
Tea, Coffee & Scones with Jam and cream – Adults $8, Children $4
BBQ, salad and dessert – Adults $15, Children $10
(sausages, rissoles, chicken, garden salad, potato salad, coleslaw, pavlova, fruit platter or slice)
Contact us for any specific dietary needs
Cold drinks available $2/Tea and coffee $2.50
School and Educational Tours
Teachers please call the Habitat for a planning visit, trip requirements & risk assessment.
Bookings and enquiries to:
Tilligerry Habitat 2E King Albert Ave, Tanilba Bay NSW 2319 Tel: 02 4984 5677
www.tilligerryhabitat.org.au email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Location: Opposite Tanilba Bay Public School