Serendip Sanctuary Geelong

Serendip Sanctuary Geelong is a beautiful nature that still remains quite tucked away from human visitors and is an ideal place for spending a quiet day out in Melbourne. This sanctuary is the perfect example of the vast grassy woodlands and wetlands of the Western Plains and is the perfect place to get to know more about the wetland ecology and birdlife. Here, you can see and interact with more than 150 species of birds that either breed or visit the sanctuary from various bird hides. Within just a few meters from your location, you can see the magnificent creatures incubating eggs, feeding, and rearing their young ones. This place is a bird watcher’s delight and even better for photographers who like to capture nature in frames.

For regular visitors, there is The Wildlife Walk that offers close encounters with many fascinating creatures like Emus, Eastern grey kangaroos, Yellow-billed Spoonbills, and even the elusive Tawny Frogmouth that calls the Serendip Sanctuary Geelong their home. There are also a barbecue and picnic facilities available for families who want to spend some quality time together at this fantastic place. Entry to the sanctuary is free, and all you have to do is come over to 100 Windermere St, Lara. Visit to find more things to do in Geelong here.

Serendip Sanctuary
Address: 100 Windermere Rd, Lara VIC 3212
Phone: (03) 5283 8000

WhatsBest Tip – Best things to do include the Nature’s walk, and the free BBQ picnic area. Very friendly staff and long nice walks (the minimum walk is 30mins)
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