The Tallarook Kangaroo sanctuary is a not for profit, community based, incorporated association.
Accommodation is provided in a large, older ranch style home set back 100 metres from Scotts road.
You have a comfy queen bed in a large room with an adjacent shared bathroom. Big screen TV, electric blankets and access to the large deck area and shared lounge dining and kitchen facilities.
The property itself is around 2.5 km from the Hume freeway and the turn off is into Sharps and Taylors road from the freeway at the 82 km post.The roads are well signed and there is a reflective sign on the gate.
The property is 100 acres in total of mostly box iron bark regrowth forest. Wild life is abundant especially kangaroos.
Public transport is available in the Tallarook township which is about 6 km away.
The local pub is a notable historic site and the township has a great coffee shop called Hock the Ruby which is open for breakfast and lunch Thursday through to Sunday
The Seymour township is a 15 minute drive and and offers both fast food outlets and supermarkets. The Vietnam veterans memorial is a prominent feature and the Goulburn river has parks and picnic areas.