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Living with the Fires

Living with the Fires

A Place of Peace on Friday, November 29, 2019 as fires burned. Click Here to Donate to the Deep Peace Trust and Support the Animals My hair is still in the pigtails I quickly pushed them into last Thursday. I haven’t showered, have barely slept. It’s been like living...
Welcome Esmerelda

Welcome Esmerelda

Andrew playing with the wildling cat, Esmerelda, about half an hour before he was able to catch her. She was a wilding, living in the main street of Braidwood, our town in rural Australia. She took refuge  under the footpath drain,. and that was where I spotted her as...
Goat Communication

Goat Communication

Goats are incredibly physical animals. Sure, sheep and cows will clunk each others with their heads, and horses are known to communicate with their feet. But goats are a whole different ballgame. Enjoy this pic Billie took recently of two of our guys discussing the...
Vale Marley

Vale Marley

I said yes to Marley’s subtle, desperate call for help without even seeing him. He was scooped up into our loving care with a large collection of cat people from a Sydney Pound on D Day with absolutely no time to spare. A little, white, smelly staffy with food...
Sanctuary Life: A Year in Review

Sanctuary Life: A Year in Review

2017 was huge. Just huge. Early in the year, we won a grant  from Lush to help us with fencing. As the cows, sheep, goats and horses had done a great job of trashing our fencing, this was so very welcome. Our fencer came, observed, got to work, and soon we not only...
Celebrating A Place of Peace’s 20th Birthday

Celebrating A Place of Peace’s 20th Birthday

Join Andrew, Billie and Tamsin for a moo-ving and  fun evening of short films, celebrating A Place of Peace’s 20 years as an animal sanctuary, and support our fundraiser for much-needed winter hay!! The evening will include talks, short films, raffles, and party...