Bilby exhibits


Make Save the Bilby Fund's Charleville Bilby Experience one of the highlights of your trips to western Queensland. Get all the details.

Dreamworld is home to the first non-government a captive breeding program for Queensland bilbies and supports the Fund in working to save one of Australia's rarest marsupials and its cutest Easter icon. Dreamworld Gold Coast is a proud gold sponsor of Save the Bilby Fund and Dreamworld's resident bilbies can be visited in the Bilby House.

Ipswich Nature Centre at Queen’s Park has a world class bilby exhibit. Entry to the Nature Centre is free, but please leave a donation to assist their important work and support Save the Bilby Fund.

David Fleay Wildlife Park has an exceptional nocturnal house which includes bilbies, gliders, dunnarts and platypus. It is operated by the Queensland Parks and Wildlife Service that has long supported the Fund and our important work to engage the community and save the bilby.

You can also see bilbies at Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary on the Gold Coast. We are very grateful for their support over the years.

Currumbin mammal keeper Alice Roser with a bilby joey (Credit: ABC Gold Coast: Damien Larkins)Currumbin mammal keeper Alice Roser with a bilby joey (Credit: ABC Gold Coast: Damien Larkins)

New South Wales

Featherdale Wildlife Park display bilbies live in a fabulous nocturnal house along with ghost bats. Featherdale has supported the Fund for many years and are committed to providing ongoing support to it and the animals we represent.


Easter bilbies

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