Had a great time here. The animals are so nice and because you can pet a lot of them it’s quite the interactive experience. Would highly recommend it! Need about 2 hours to see everything but we spent the good part of a day here....More
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About Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary
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Loved feeding and petting the kangaroos and the koala cuddle! My husband and I each paid $20 to get a picture holding a koala. They took pictures of us separately, and we had time to take pictures of each other, then while my husband was...More
I went primarily to see the Koalas and was not disappointed as there were hundreds of them. Enjoyed the roo feeding area and the raptor show as well. Pretty cool to see a platypus swimming around. My only complaint was it seemed a bit pricey.
Visited here in October 2017. Wanted to do something nice and typical local Australian 🇦🇺. They have it well organized. The absolute highlight is cuddling with a Kaola. But, there is more, you can walk between lots of kangaroos and feed them. You can also...More
Its a very well maintained sanctuary. You get to touch and feed Kangaroos. For extra payment you can have pictures taken while holding the Koalas. Besides them there are few other marsupials and reptiles which they have. The entire area has free wi fi and...More
So many koalas and kangaroos, plus other Australian animals - loved out visit here. We drove ourselves out to the Sanctuary - in outer Brisbane so need to bring own food or eat in their cafes.
We had 2 young children that had not experience the wildlife here as yet. Loved how we could interact/walk about the roo enclosure. Highlight was holding a Koala Did not need to hike to the zoo to experience the wildlife. It was affordable, accessible and...More
Spent the day visiting and touching some of the amazing animals of this beautiful country. Koala were both beautiful and amazing (another item off my bucket list). Shame about the weather, but this didn't dampen our enjoyment. All the enclosures were large enough and well...More