Cobargo Wildlife Sanctuary is an 850 acre property backing onto Wadbilliga National Park 20km west of Cobargo NSW, Australia. The sanctuary is surrounded by wildlife friendly neighbours and is one of the few largest acreages left in southern New South Wales dedicated to the safety and wellbeing of native wildlife.
The once thriving paradise for native wildlife was torn apart on 31st December 2019 when the property was destroyed by the Badja forest fires that tore through Cobargo and the surrounding district. The sanctuary have lot their entire released mob of Eastern Grey Kangaroos as well as approximately 90% of the native wild animals, but already Sara & Gary have rehabilitated and saved numerous lives and recently released a mob of Eastern Grey Kangaroos.
Despite the trauma and devastation Sara and Gary have vowed to continue on to rebuild the sanctuary and wildlife population ensuring a safe haven for the wildlife forever.