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We spent a week at this place and were regulars in and out of the sanctuary every day. I would recommend doing it this way as a tour of the whole sanctuary in one day would require a lot of fitness. All staff are interested...More
Great little place to see Koalas. Although they are "wild" it doesn't really have the wild feel. If you have been fortunate enough to see a few wild Koalas on your trip, then you may want to skip this one. I will add that the...More
A koala conservation sanctuary that has about 20-30 koalas located "wild" in a sanctuary setting. Walk through the trees spotting the koala. It can be a little difficult, but trees are marked with flags where they were last seen. It does get a little hard...More
This place is wonderful. The koalas are not caged. They just run around. We saw them on the ground and in the trees, so many of them. We went in the evening and saw kangaroos and geese and cockatoos. So many animals hang out here....More
Perfect location to see koalas in their natural environment - we saw over 15 during our 2 hour stay with one Koala obligingly at shoulder height in the crook of a tree and very camera-friendly. Easy to spot echidna's too and to get a great...More
We were the only family on the Koala Nocturnal Tour--the tour lasted over 90 minutes and we saw 11 koalas (including a nursing joey) as well as many birds, kangaroos and wallabies. Very knowledgable guide. Highly recommend doing this tour.