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Discounted entry to the Healesville Sanctuary

with your Museum admission

TarraWarra Museum of Art announces a new collaboration between the museum and Healesville Sanctuary, the world-famous native wildlife park which is its nearby neighbour in the beautiful Yarra Valley.

The museum and Healesville Sanctuary have introduced a special *discounted entry fee for visitors who visit both venues during the duration of the Future Memorials exhibition, which runs at TarraWarra Museum of Art until the 9th of February 2014.

After viewing the Future Memorials exhibition at TarraWarra Museum of Art to learn about the history of the Wurundjeri and the Coranderrk, visitors have the opportunity to make a pilgrimage to Healesville Sanctuary to actually ‘step onto Coranderrk’, as the land at Healesville Sanctuary was originally part of the former Coranderrk Aboriginal Mission Station.

Visitors can then enjoy a self-guided tour of natural bushland trails which explore the Indigenous history of Healesville Sanctuary as well as the wonders of Australian wildlife.

*Reciprocal discounted entry fees to TWMA and Healesville Sanctuary are claimed by presenting a TWMA or Healesville Sanctuary ticket purchase receipt when visiting the alternative venue; only applicable until 9 February 2014. Reduced entry fee at TWMA is a $2.00 deduction off the normal ticket price. Reduced entry fee for Healesville Sanctuary is a 10% deduction off the normal ticket price.

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Past Events

Discounted entry to the Healesville Sanctuary

7 December 2013 - 9 February 2014

with your Museum admission

TarraWarra Museum of Art announces a new collaboration between the museum and Healesville Sanctuary, the world-famous native wildlife park which is its nearby neighbour in the beautiful Yarra Valley.

The museum and Healesville Sanctuary have introduced a special *discounted entry fee for visitors who visit both venues during the duration of the Future Memorials exhibition, which runs at TarraWarra Museum of Art until the 9th of February 2014.

After viewing the Future Memorials exhibition at TarraWarra Museum of Art to learn about the history of the Wurundjeri and the Coranderrk, visitors have the opportunity to make a pilgrimage to Healesville Sanctuary to actually ‘step onto Coranderrk’, as the land at Healesville Sanctuary was originally part of the former Coranderrk Aboriginal Mission Station.

Visitors can then enjoy a self-guided tour of natural bushland trails which explore the Indigenous history of Healesville Sanctuary as well as the wonders of Australian wildlife.

*Reciprocal discounted entry fees to TWMA and Healesville Sanctuary are claimed by presenting a TWMA or Healesville Sanctuary ticket purchase receipt when visiting the alternative venue; only applicable until 9 February 2014. Reduced entry fee at TWMA is a $2.00 deduction off the normal ticket price. Reduced entry fee for Healesville Sanctuary is a 10% deduction off the normal ticket price.