25 Nov 2015
Moonlit makes top 100 list of things to do before you die in Victoria
21 Nov 2015
Experience Oz compiles list of 100 things to do in Victoria before you die!
THE Great Ocean Road and MCG are obvious must-see destinations in Victoria, but how about hidden gems like Tea Leaves Australia in Sassafras or Pearcedale Moonlit Sanctuary?
Travel company Experience Oz has compiled a list of the 100 things people must do in Victoria before they die and we want to know if you agree with the state’s 'ultimate bucket list’.
We’ve listed the top 10 below, but there are some hidden gems in the other 90.For the full list CLICK HERE
Free entry at Moonlit Sanctuary for Accessibility Weekend
11 Nov 2015
Moonlit Sanctuary are opening their doors for free this weekend 14 - 15 November to wheelchair users and their carers during Accessibility Weekend.
The Sanctuary is one of 30 Victorian attractions taking part in Accessibility Weekend hosted by disability organisation, Independence Australia.
Director of Moonlit Sanctuary Michael Johnson said: "We’re incredibly proud to offer our support to Independence Australia by welcoming wheelchair visitors and their carers for a free visit."
Now in its 11th year, Accessibility Weekend coincides with Spinal Cord Injury Awareness Week 8 - 15 November to create community awareness about spinal cord injury and the importance of an accessible and welcoming community for people with mobility issues. Independence Australia Communications Manager Suzanne Ryan Evers said: "We’re thrilled that Moonlit Sanctuary will be joining us to celebrate the importance of access and inclusion for this year’s Accessibility Weekend. "It’s great to have such a popular attraction take part and demonstrate its commitment to providing access to people with physical disabilities."
Moonlit Sanctuary offer a range of accessibility features, providing ease of access into and around the park, in addition to and a range of facilities to make visits enjoyable and comfortable. Leading up to Accessibility Weekend, Rhiannon Tracey visited Moonlit Sanctuary. She has an incredible story after being left a quadriplegic following an accident in 2009. Rhiannon is a Spinchat presenter and the founder of the Next Step Spinal Cord Injury Recovery Centre to help people achieve what they were once told was impossible.