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.
It is perfect for animal encounters. Affordable and only a 10 minute drive from Essence Suites Taringa
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…
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~
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