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Discover over 100 species of Australian native animals in a beautiful, natural bush setting at the World's first and largest koala sanctuary. Meet a koala, hand-feed kangaroos, marvel at the playful platypus, and enjoy a full daily schedule of...more
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The place is very ideal for a family day trip, no need to spend the whole day, 4-5 hours would be enough to complete the tour. Surprisingly, it is almost covered entirely with the shades of trees, make it a pleasure to visit even in...More
There were so many koalas here, Tasmania devils sleeping in logs, beautiful birds in little habitats, even emus you could walk right up to. You can take your picture with one and they don’t rush you and let you take photos with your device (although...More
We visited twice with our kids last winter. It was great and compares very favorably with Taronga Zoo in Sydney for access to local Australian animals. The bird show and dog show were both good and getting up close to the animals made it better.
The Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary is Brilliantly Situated on the River. A Good Day Out For All the Family. So many Koala's. Enjoyed the Sheep Dog Show- Well Done Terry For That. Wish we had had more time there. Would Certainly Visit Again.
We had a day layover in Brisbane, and after a bit of research, we decided to spend a few hours at Lone Pine.
For the just under $40 AUD (per person) we really expected more.
Feeding Kangaroos was great, well the 3 that were interested,...More
On my word what a place don’t go to Brisbane or Queensland without visiting Lone Pine, hold a Koala, feed the kangaroos and learn about the wildlife of Oz. Even have a conversation with a cockatoo great fun.
So glad we put a day aside to take our Grandchildren, but I’m not sure if they could possibly have enjoyed it more that we did! Easy to find your way around and it was wonderful to be able to interact with the animals in...More
Visited here for the first time this month.
As it is the height of summer, it was very very busy.
There are lots of Koala's to see, just sleeping in their little pens. You can also get your picture taken with a Koala. We had...More
We were really impressed! It is clear that all the animals at the sanctuary are very well cared for by the dedicated staff. It’s a great way to see unique Australian wildlife close up in an environment that feels appropriate and very ‘un-zoo’ like. The...More
Response from LonePineKoala | Property representative |
Hi there. Our daily talks and shows occur every half an hour throughout the day, for 10-15 minutes each. You can find the schedule on our website, underneath the 'Visitor Info' tab. We hope you enjoy your visit to Lone Pine.