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From the parking Kafe Koala you may find the first and feed the birds as well. We drove down further along the road and after 1 km stopped where other cars were parked. To spothe first is difficult, but when we knew know how they...More
Very nice walk that allowed us to see several koalas. If you decide to go there, don’t leave your car in the camping car park. Take it to enter into the forrest because the distances are relatively long!!!!
We visited during the evening of Friday October 12, 2018. We parked at the bottom of the road and then walked up the dirt road. We saw one koala high up in one tree. As we were leaving after looking for over 60 minutes, we...More
We spent 2 to 3 hours on the Kennett River Road finding 30+ koala's resting in the trees. My advice...drive past the store and up the road 2 or 3 km's to get away from the crowds. There are lots of places to stop and...More
Driving from Lorne and on our way to Apollo Bay, we stopped by at Kennet River along the Great Ocean Road. Kennet River is surrounded by native eucalyptus trees and gum trees. The natural habitat is home to wild koalas, king parrots and other birds....More
You can drive up the 6 km long "Kennet River" road, right beside the Koala Kafe. It's an easy drive - look up in the trees and drive slowly. We were able to see several koalas - one really really close to the road!
Driving down the Great Ocean Rd we stopped at Kennet River to see if we could see some koalas and feed the birds. We got some seed from Kafe Koala. We were not disappointed, we saw 3 koalas and had some lovely birds come and...More
Tons of parrots around! You can buy bird seed from the koala kafe and although we didn’t get any, we saw a few other tourists who attracted birds all around them with food. Note that the white parrots (sulfur crested cockatoos) are quite aggressive, so...More