Red Kellys Tasmania was built on a range of affordable, gourmet salad dressings that taste delicious, look brilliant, are well priced and relatively healthy (gluten free, low salt, Cholesterol Free, Dairy free options, etc). Our dressings are available Australia wide through Woolworths, Coles and selected independent grocers and supermarkets. They are versatile and will add a delicious flavor hit to Salads, meats and vegetables! Red Kelly’s also produce Sauces, Jams, Quince Paste and Spice Shakers.
Due to the generous sponsorship from Red Kellys towards the Devils in Danger Foundation, with a percentage of all sales going directly to the DIDF, we have named two of our Tasmanian Devils after them.
Come and Visit Red and Kelly today, at Zoodoo Zoo.
One dollar from every Red Kellys product sold at Zoodoo Zoo goes directly to the Devils in Danger Foundation, so please buy Red Kelly’s TODAY!
Offering a uniquely hands on experience, from 9am-5pm, 7 days a week
Zoodoo is located in Tasmania, in the suburb of Richmond, just a 30 minute drive north from the capital city Hobart. Boasting a large range of native, agricultural and exotic animals – from the likes of simple rabbits and guinea pigs, to native animals such as kangaroos, farm animals and wombats, all the way up to rare African white lions. Zoodoo thus offers a uniquely hands on experience with both native and exotic animals that makes for an engaging day out for families, adults and kids alike.
Zoodoo Zoo is a proud sponsor of the Devils in Danger Foundation and is home to a number of TASMANIAN DEVILS – all of which can be ‘adopted’ by visitors, with all funds going directly to support the DIDF.
WWW, raises funds and awareness for over 40 different endangered species, including Tasmanian devils!
WWW has generously agreed to support the Devils in Danger Foundation through the sale of their wide range of Tasmanian devil merchandise! Please visit their website, purchase any of their products featuring the Tasmanian devil design and up to 25% of sales will be donated towards our work!
The DIDF is solely funded by public donations, Tasmanian businesses and corporate sponsorship. All funds raised by the DIDF are vital and go directly towards the care and welfare of Tasmanian Devils, both in-situ and ex-situ, and provide assistance to both private and government research.
The Devils in Danger Foundation invites all business, large or small, to become a part of this fantastic organisation and would be truly grateful if your company agreed to support our foundation by becoming a sponsor!
The Devils in Danger Foundation has also received generous product donations from the following businesses:
Stalley Textile Co.
Stalley Textile Co. is a local Tasmanian company that creates and sells a variety of beautiful home decor items. Four Tasmanian made, thick and thirsty, Tasmanian devil, tea towels were generously donated to the Devils in Danger Foundation, by Stalley Textile Co., in 2016.
Browse other beautiful items from this local business by visiting one of the following:
“Bushprints Jewellery is based on the footprints of wildlife, providing animal lovers with a wearable memento of a wildlife experience. The pieces allow us to take our wildlife’s footprints home with us, rather than damaging their habitats with our human ones”
Bushprints Jewellery generously donated six different pieces, from their Tasmanian devil jewellery range, to the Devils in Danger Foundation in 2016.
To browse the beautiful selection of animal print jewellery created by Bushprints Jewellery, please visit one of the follow:
Product donations to the Devils in Danger Foundation are used as part of a raffle and/or as prizes for a variety of competitions and give-aways offered on our website and Facebook page.
We are always seeking product donations and will happily accept any donations large or small. To donate products to our not-for-profit organisation, working to secure a future for the endangered Tasmanian devils please…