A forever home for orphaned native wildlife
In 2016, it was evident Port Lincoln, in South Australia lacked a sanctuary area for rescued wildlife such as kangaroos, which cannot be re-released, as it is against DEWNR policy. Our goal was to find a forever home for Bunji, and where possible, help to support carers who shared the same passion.
With the help of your donations, we are able to help support Two Songs Sanctuary.
This private sanctuary is dedicated to the rescue and rehabilitation of orphaned native wildlife, and will provide a forever home for orphaned native animals of the Eyre Peninsula.
This property is on private land, owned and operated by two very dedicated, passionate wildlife carers. Dedicated purely to the wellbeing and livelihood of the animals, it is not open to the public. Balu Blue Foundation, have been able to assist in the ongoing costs of ensuring the safety and health of the animals that reside here, and aim to always provide assistance for the animals in care here.
With your donations we are able to assist in the following :
Wildlife and predatory proof fencing for 8 acres
Safe shelters, specific areas and structures for different species
Food and Nourishment for 18 kangaroos and other animals which may come
If you would like to support the 18 kangaroos in care here, please DONATE or contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Meet The Roos
1 year old male Red Kangaroo male, Loves hanging out with Imogen and Malu, will one day be the tallest of them all as Red Kangaroo males never stop growing. Beautiful boy, who now is not the only male at the sanctuary thanks to newcomer Euro, George.
Rocky and Rena
Rescued on the Eyre Peninsula, Rocky and Rena are a pair of Red Kangaroo joeys who are just as inseparable as Tommy and Tully. They love lazing around in their floor pouches.
1 year old Western Grey girl, the smallest at #TwoSongsSanctuary, she was found from the Port Lincoln area and has found a family at Two Songs.
Imogen or " Imi
2 year old Red Kangaroo female, who is quite the boss at the sanctaury, and loves a cuddle.
Jack ( Malu Jack )
Little Jack was rescued from a shooting incident on Eyre Peninsula, he is a now living at Two Songs, he is a little Red Kangaroo male.
New to #TwoSongsSanctuary and is already fitting in nicely, such a beautiful gentle girl.
2 year old Euro/ Wallaroo male. Beautiful boy who came from a tough start to life, losing his left foot to a bullet when his mum was shot. He is now in safety and able to make Two Songs his forever home.