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Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary Day Admission

by Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary Duration 1d Free cancellation available No booking or credit card fees
per adult Price is AU$36
Amazing! 4.3/5 Wotif Guest Rating View all 13 Wotif Verified Reviews

Spend a day at Brisbane's Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary; the world's first and largest koala sanctuary. Hold one of the 130 koalas, hand-feed kangaroos, and meet 100 species of other Australian native animals, all in beautiful, natural settings.

Be entertained by the Australian outback farm-experience and Sheep Dog Show, held three times daily. Watch the skilled sheep dog handlers and their canine companions herd sheep through green pastures. Meet the furry and woolly stars of the show at the end of each session.

Be sure not to miss the Free Flight Raptor Show, held twice daily, featuring the sanctuary's owls, eagles, hawks, and falcons, as they demonstrate their incredible flight abilities. In the afternoon, stop by their 1-million dollar Platypus House, to see their two resident platypus, and then get up close as you hand-feed the colourful wild lorikeets.

Spend a day at Brisbane's Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary; the world's first and largest koala sanctuary. Hold one of the 130 koalas, hand-feed kangaroos, and meet 100 species of other Australian native animals, all in beautiful, natural settings.

Be entertained by the Australian outback farm-experience and Sheep Dog Show, held three times daily. Watch the skilled sheep dog handlers and their canine companions herd sheep through green pastures. Meet the furry and woolly stars of the show at the end of each session.

Be sure not to miss the Free Flight Raptor Show, held twice daily, featuring the sanctuary's owls, eagles, hawks, and falcons, as they demonstrate their incredible flight abilities. In the afternoon, stop by their 1-million dollar Platypus House, to see their two resident platypus, and then get up close as you hand-feed the colourful wild lorikeets.

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Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary Day Admission

Duration 1d No booking or credit card fees
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AU$36

Total price is AU$36, taxes included

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Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary Day Admission

Activity Location

Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary

Jesmond Road

Brisbane 4069

Meeting/Redemption Point
  • Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary

    Jesmond Road

    Brisbane 4069


Highlights

  • A visit to the world's first and largest koala sanctuary

  • Encounters with Australian wildlife, including kangaroos

  • Insight into sheep farming history & sheep dog training

  • Chance to witness feeding of beautiful wild lorikeets

  • Home to the elusive platypus


Inclusions

  • Admission to Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary


Exclusions

  • Drinks and snacks

  • Koala hold photos

  • Kangaroo food


Know Before You Book

  • Children aged 2 or younger are complimentary.

  • This venue is wheelchair accessible.


Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary Day Admission ratings based on 13 Verified Reviews

Verified Reviews

4.3 out of 5

2.0/5 Apr 06, 2018

Most activities were fairly inaccessible due to the large number of people. The place is not set up for such large numbers - massive lineup for food, kangaroo food and drinks. Even when purchasing a cold drink you had to join the very long line of people wanting to order hot food.. The eating areas were filthy. The tables need repainteding at the least. The kangaroos were over fed, hence the food purchased for them was wasted. The reptile shed is a joke and the wombats not visible. More staff should be hired to allow the raptor show, the barn and the sheepdog show to run simultaneously. This would spread the crowd. Entrance lines were long and confusion ensued when attemting to enter with electronic tickets. Thankfully the young woman handling this did so very graciously. On the positive side, the koalas were very cute and very accessible and the emus fascinating.

3.0/5 Mar 02, 2018

Kangaroos and Wallabies were very accessible and were fun to feed. Disappointed to discover on arrival at 11:30 that opportunity to hold koalas was fully booked for rest of day. Keepers did permit photos to be taken alongside koalas however at 1 pm however. Poor selection for lunch with only two types of sandwich and unappetising looking main courses. The aviaries looked rather small for the birds.

5.0/5 Feb 14, 2018

A wonderful place for visitors, particularly those with limited time, to get a taste of Australian animal life. The setting beside the Brisbane River among shade trees made this a marvelous experience for my Canadian visitors., even on a humid 35 degree day. Worth the time and cost of admission. Great refreshment facilities, and on site staff took the initiative to be friendly and helpful.