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The Morisset Hospital grounds (and access to kangaroos) is PERMANENTLY CLOSED to the public since late last year. This came about due to the numbers and behaviours of the tourists being incompatible with the patients’/residents’ welfare, kangaroo well being, staff and visitor safety.
Thanks to visitors coming from far and wide to visit kangaroos on private property of a government-run mental hospital like it was a public reserve, kangaroo related accidents occurred and now we have the end result of closure to everyone. Thanks heaps visitors. It wasn’t...More
Morisset Hospital is an operating psychiatric hospital. The residents and kangaroos have the right to be around the site without being bothered by tourists. Staff and permitted visitors should be able to access the site without other visitors blocking the only way into the site....More
NO ACCESS ALOUD NOW FOR TOURISTS
GATE IS LOCKED. NO ENTRY.
STAFF AND PATIENT VISTORS ONLY!
Gates now locked to protect kangaroo’s. No access granted, fines will be given for trespassers.
Leave the roo’s alone!
Due to mistreatment of kangaroos and lack of respect for patients this area has now been closed to the public and entry is prohibited. There are locked gates and security. Other places in the area where you can see kangaroos are Blackbutt Reserve (free) and...More
Thanks to tourists who wouldn’t obey the signs telling them not to feed the kangaroos and got kicked and ripped up by bucks as a result, not to mention sadists who like to shoot the odd roo with a crossbow bolt, this area is now...More
The Morisset Psychiatric Hospital is Private property with very ill Psychiatric patients.
These people are entitled to their space and privacy.
Tourists need to stop entering the hospital grounds and hassling the Kangaroo residents.
This picture shows a very heat stressed Roo that tourists nearly...More