Koala Conservation Centre
For more information visit: penguins.org.au/attractions/koala-conservation-centre/
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Parent Reviews and Comments
Reviewed by Kat | 2 May 2012
We visited the Koala park on the weekend and were not disappointed we saw over 11 koalas and one was so close we could've touched it if we'd wanted to. We also got to see several wallabies who were eating gum leaves just outside the koala boardwalk. Our 18month old daughter had a fantastic time spotting koalas and running around the walks, she especially loved pressing the buttons and opening the flaps in the information area before the walks.
"not for kids"
Reviewed by 1+1=5 | 23 January 2012
The place is just stunning but we struggled to see any koalas! we went with two kids (3 and 7 yera olds) who were bored within minutes. the only way we could spot a koala was with our long range camera lenses. if you expect to see koalas, you will probably be dissapointed. The place is probably more suit adults who would enjoy the walks and wouldn't mind not seeing any koalas.
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