SimplyScienceDirectory is not specifically a science directory - its aim is to assist businesses serving Australia’s future growth.
We believe most companies are interested in providing others with a clear summary of their particular products, services and management.
SimplyScienceDirectory now covers detail on prospective customers, names of key personnel, manufactured products, ancillaries and services. Every company providing this detail will receive a copy of the information.
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At Bonorong Wildlife Sanctuary
You will see a number of species that are sadly now extinct everywhere but Tasmania. They include the Tasmanian devil, the Eastern quoll and the shy Tasmanian bettong. These three marsupial species have made their last stand Tasmania and, sadly, other marsupials are at risk of joining that list.
Australia has the highest number of mammal extinctions in the past 200 years and at Bonorong we are determined to ensure these animals do not join that list. As well as these animals you will see everything from possums to potoroos, emus to echidnas, the agile spotted-tailed quoll and orphaned wombats. The focus is our wonderful natives.
All our animals are here for a reason and our number one aim is to see them back in the bush and to prevent them arriving at our door in the first place. Come and learn how you can help! Read our wildlife rescue page to find out how you can be involved in caring for these animals, maybe even becoming a wildlife rescuer or carer yourself.
Robert's Perform Talent
We co-ordinate emcees, actors, singers, musicians, comedians, directors, writers - with quality entertainment at corporate and community events, functions, weddings, parties., schools.
Marketing and promotion services to the City and Tourism-set of Hobart. Flyer and poster hand distribution to students tourists, cafes, businesses and letter boxing. Mentions on this website, Facebook-public, information centres, newsletters, venues, media outlets. Our network is seeking the latest news of events, things to do, sites to visit.
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