There are a lot of koalas but they're hidden very well! The entrance is 12,5 dollars per adult. There are many paths to see koalas and walking trhough the trees.
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About Phillip Island Nature Parks - Koala Conservation Centre
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A few koalas are around, but it takes some effort to spot them. Be mindful that this is a conservation centre, not wildlife park or zoo, so the koalas are in their natural habitat. Hence they can be located rather high up the tree.
Make sure you have a guided tour, there is lots to learn. The koalas are very close and easy to include in your selfie.
Good to see the work being done to help conserve these iconic animals. I loved seeing the different vegetation (so different from home). We went on a cool afternoon so many of the other animals were napping.
Interesting concept - a boardwalk that meanders through the koala's natural habitat and allows you to observe the koalas doing their thing up in the trees. We spotted a koala fast asleep, so had to be extra quiet so as to not bother it. It's...More
If you enjoy and appreciate wildlife in its own habit you will love this centre. Easy access boardwalks and a woodland trail allow you close access to the koalas who live here and a range of birds including black swans and kookaburra as well as...More
Dear ATraveller_7 Thank you for your review and feedback of your recent visit to the Koala Conservation Centre, and I'm so pleased that you enjoyed your time here. The woodlands are a lovely and peaceful place, and they are some of the last remnant woodlands...More
observe and admire Koalas up close.. whilst strolling along the boardwalk we saw Koalas chewing on leaves, climbing, crawling along suspended twigs from one end to the other, communicating with one another and snoozing of course. We went to the conservation one morning in a...More