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At Little Desert Nature Lodge you can soak up the desert night sky, enjoy the thrill of interacting with wildlife and connect with country in one of Victoria’s most unique nature tourism experiences.

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‘Around the Mounds’ Now Online

The Spring 2017 edition of Around the Mounds, the National Malleefowl Recovery (NMR) Team’s newsletter, is now available for viewing and downloading from their website. This edition includes an article on page 4 about recent survey work undertaken in and around the Little Desert National Park to identify and protect Malleefowl mounds (nests) from seasonal […]
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Parks Victoria and the Silky Experience

Parks Victoria gets a silky experience at Little Desert Nature Lodge. Kylie Trott, Executive Director Regional Victoria, Parks Victoria, snapped this silky mouse (Pseudomys apodemoides) during our Rewilding the Desert initiatives’ Spring monitoring program.  Kylie, along with Sally Lewis, Gavan Mathieson and Zoe Wilkinson visited our initiative to get firsthand experience of our work. The […]
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Come and See the Stars…

And the planets, and galaxies! Residents of Nhill and surrounds are invited to see the stars at Little Desert Nature Lodge, with a FREE guided tour of the night skies – part of the VicSouth Desert Spring Star Party 2017. View the rings of Saturn, craters on the moon and distant celestial wonders through powerful […]
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A little spare change for a Little Pygmy-possum

She might look more sleepy than wild, but this nocturnal Little Pygmy-possum, captured during our third Little Desert wildlife monitoring season, and nicknamed Matilda, is conserving energy for the coming night and her never ending hunt for food. Weighing in at only 4.5 grams (no more than a dice), Matilda needs to feed as much […]
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All profits support the conservation of Australia’s threatened wildlife.

Little Desert Nature Lodge staff respectfully acknowledge the Traditional Owners of this land, the Wotjobaluk, Jaadwa, Jadawadjali, Wergaia and Jupagalk peoples.