Yongernow Australian Malleefowl Centre

Yongernow Australian Malleefowl Centre

A unique experience of the endangered Australian malleefowl in Ongerup

Visit the Yongernow Australian Malleefowel Centre to immerse yourself in the Mallee bushland. The name Yongergnow is made up from the Noongar words ‘yonger’ (male kangaroo) and ‘gnow’ (Malleefowl). ‘Yonger’ represents the location in Ongerup (place of the male kangaroo), and ‘gnow’ – the centre’s objective to protect the Malleefowl. The Noongar words were chosen to represent Yongergnow’s ties with the local Aboriginal community.


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