Kangaroos suffer at award-winning Jacob’s Creek winery

Kangaroos suffer at award-winning Jacob’s Creek winery

Wildlife volunteers say 23 kangaroos used as a tourist drawcard at award-winning Jacob’s Creek winery were found in what they believed was a malnourished state – so apparently neglected that some were in “shocking” pain from untreated injuries. Jacob’s Creek, owned by French company Orlando Wines, is one of Australia’s best-known international brands. Its tourist centre in the Barossa Valley this month won the Australian Tourism Award for best tourism winery and best restaurants and catering services, reports News.com.au.

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