Keeper Club - Book Now For Summer Holidays
27 Nov 2016
Moonlit Sanctuary Keeper Club - starts up this January 9th 2017, and places will be limited - so book early.
Kids from ages 7-14 years will enjoy environmental activities, animal encounters and native animal care.
Day: $65.00 per day, or $175 for 3 days (pro rata for additional days).
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WE WON SILVER at the RACV Victorian Tourism Awards
24 Nov 2016
The Victorian Tourism Awards represent an industry framework for peer recognition which fosters a culture for business development excellence and innovation.
The Awards have assisted the Victorian Tourism Industry for over 30 years in striving for excellence. During this period, more than 3,000 businesses have entered the Awards and have benefited through thorough examination of their business practice, with many recognised as winners at a national level.<
Winners and Finalists of the Victorian Tourism Awards are determined by achieving a score of 75% or above. The winner is the highest scoring entrant in each category.
This years Victorian Tourism Awards 2016 were sponsored by the RACV (Royal Automobile Club of Victoria) and held 24th November 2016 at Crown.
Moonlit Sanctuary entered into the category of Tourist Attractions and were proud to win a Silver medal.
Pearcedales Moonlit Sanctuary celebrates 15th birthday
01 Oct 2016
Writer Megan Bailey from the Cranbourne Leader covered our recent celebration of 15 years since our opening of the Sanctuary.
With further great photos by Valeriu Campan.
IT TOOK a lot of hard work and late nights to get Pearcedale’s Moonlit Sanctuary to where it is now, but for founder Michael Johnson it’s all been worth it.
The sanctuary celebrates its 15th birthday on September 22.Starting with just one part-time zookeeper, the sanctuary now employs 34 staff.
Moonlit has just built a new educational building for the 7000 school children who visit each year - previously lessons were held in the visitor centre.
It is home to 400 animals and 60 species. Half its 75,000 yearly visitors are tourists and the other half are local, mostly coming from Casey and Cardinia.
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