Healesville Sanctuary History Archives, Healesville
A promotional circular car sticker depicting a lyrebird tail in full display above a platypus side on. Has dark green border at ouside edge of sticker; colours are black, gold and green. Sticker is in a wooden glass frame and has a dynamo label glued to upper edge of glass. There are 2 eye hooks screwed into the upper edge of frame.
A promotional car sticker of Healesville Sanctuary specialising in Australian Fauna and Flora. This item was displayed at the front entrance to encourage visitors to purchase and promote the Sanctuary. This car sticker was a very popular and sought after souvenir selling for 25 cents contributing to the Sanctuary's income.
Healesville Sanctuary was the first institution to breed platypus in a total captive situation.and is also the only institution in the world to breed Lyrebirds
Inscriptions & Markings
Inscription on car sticker is "Sir Colin MacKenzie Sanctuary" on the bottom half of the perimeter circle. With "Healesville" at top of perimeter of circle. At the top of the inner circle the word "Victoria" is placed above a green horizontal band which reads "The Wild-life Sanctuary".