Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary was established in 1927 with only 2 koalas; now with over 130 of these cuddly creatures as well as a variety of Aussie wildlife, it holds the Guinness World Record for the first and largest koala sanctuary in the World.
July 21, 2019
Great day out, especially if you enjoy meeting some new furry friends and some of Australia’s native animals. Pack some water and your own food if you are not a big fan of deep fried fish&chips or sandwiches~
March 10, 2020
Visit the world's oldest and largest koala sanctuary, with over 130 koalas.
January 28, 2020
Cuddle a koala, pet a dingo and feed kangaroos. It’s a great day out for everyone and improves every time we go!
February 20, 2020
It is perfect for animal encounters. Affordable and only a 10 minute drive from Essence Suites Taringa
March 4, 2020
This is a really great nature experience. You can catch a bus there or its about a 15 minute drive away. Hold a koala for a photo opportunity, hand feed lorikeets, watch the birds of prey show (where eagles swoop in and land on the handler), watch a working sheep dog round up sheep, and see a sheeps…
February 12, 2020
Home to 130 koalas and many other native animals, a visit to Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary is not to be missed. You will have the opportunity to cuddle a koala and feed the kangaroos by hand!
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