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Hobart Gallery: Robson Visits Bonorong

Laura Robson, who just broke into the Top 50 for the first time this week, took some time out in Hobart to visit the Bonorong Wildlife Sanctuary and make some new friends. See the pics here!

Published January 08, 2013 12:00

Laura Robson made a special visit ahead of her Moorilla Hobart International campaign.
Laura Robson made a special visit ahead of her Moorilla Hobart International campaign.
Laura Robson visited Bonorong Wildlife Sanctuary, Tasmania's most popular wildlife park.
Laura Robson visited Bonorong Wildlife Sanctuary, Tasmania's most popular wildlife park.
Bonorong Wildlife Sanctuary was established in 1981 for injured and orphaned wildlife.
Bonorong Wildlife Sanctuary was established in 1981 for injured and orphaned wildlife.
It cares for and rehabilitates injured and orphaned wildlife but also welcomes visitors.
It cares for and rehabilitates injured and orphaned wildlife but also welcomes visitors.
From koalas to kangaroos, Laura Robson shared special moments with all the animals.
From koalas to kangaroos, Laura Robson shared special moments with all the animals.
Among the wildlife Laura Robson spent time with that day were some adorable wombats.
Among the wildlife Laura Robson spent time with that day were some adorable wombats.
The sanctuary has housed Tasmanian devils for over 20 years and has 17 there now.
The sanctuary has housed Tasmanian devils for over 20 years and has 17 there now.
Laura Robson also met was the Bluetongue lizard - they do in fact have blue tongues.
Laura Robson also met was the Bluetongue lizard - they do in fact have blue tongues.
  • Laura Robson made a special visit ahead of her Moorilla Hobart International campaign.
  • Laura Robson visited Bonorong Wildlife Sanctuary, Tasmania's most popular wildlife park.
  • Bonorong Wildlife Sanctuary was established in 1981 for injured and orphaned wildlife.
  • It cares for and rehabilitates injured and orphaned wildlife but also welcomes visitors.
  • From koalas to kangaroos, Laura Robson shared special moments with all the animals.
  • Among the wildlife Laura Robson spent time with that day were some adorable wombats.
  • The sanctuary has housed Tasmanian devils for over 20 years and has 17 there now.
  • Laura Robson also met was the Bluetongue lizard - they do in fact have blue tongues.
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