Altina Wildlife Park opens new wallaby sanctuary with major support from Casella Family Brands

Katherine Vella
Updated December 11 2020 - 11:30pm, first published December 7 2020 - 4:45pm
FAMILY FORCES: Gloria Altin (left of sign) co-founder of Altina Wildlife Park and Joe Casella (right of sign) with their families hope that the new sanctuary will help restore healthy numbers of the wallaby in the future to the wild. PHOTO: Kat Vella
FAMILY FORCES: Gloria Altin (left of sign) co-founder of Altina Wildlife Park and Joe Casella (right of sign) with their families hope that the new sanctuary will help restore healthy numbers of the wallaby in the future to the wild. PHOTO: Kat Vella

The future of an Australian wildlife icon is looking more hopeful thanks to two of the Murrumbidgee's most passionate family forces.

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Katherine Vella

Kat is a former English teacher to international students and has taught all over the world. She is beginning a new career as a journalist with the Area News. Got something you want to chat about? She's all ears.

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