Gondwana Rainforest Sanctuary was established for Australian wildlife in the South Bank Parklands, in Brisbane, Queensland, Australia. Established at the site of the huge bird aviary, the sanctuary featured many species of Australian birds, marsupials and reptiles. The marsupials included Koalas, Wallabies, Brushtail possums and Ringtail possums. Featured reptiles included Australian lizards and snakes.
Philosophy behind the Gondwana Project
Australia is the only country in the western world with its own rainforests. We should lead the world in educating the global community in the desperate need to conserve this dwindling resource. Gondwana rainforest Sanctuary was built to highlight the need to conserve planet Earth and the importance of rainforests in our survival. It became the conservation focal point for Brisbane.