We came to see koalas and see koalas is what we did. As a bonus we found that the staff were very nice.
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About Phillip Island Nature Parks - Koala Conservation Centre
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Two koala boardwalks and a 1.6km woodland walk. You can see koalas pretty close from the boardwalks and before you enter each boardwalk track, it's indicated how many koalas are inside so you can try to spot them all. The woodland track will allow you...More
The park is well setup to ensure you see the koalas in a very non intrusive way. We even saw a koala outside the regular area. Also ensure you look at the ground area as we were lucky to spot a wallabye, echidna and beautiful...More
Great experience to view the koalas in natural surroundings. No where else can you find such a park. Great to see the efforts of the people taking care of the koalas.
The koalas can be found in their natural settings, either high up on the treetops, or sleeping lazily down below. Trying to spot these lovely critters can be big fun for everyone. Walking on the boardwalk gives close enough access without harming these animals. Go...More
Such a great way to enjoy sighting koalas up close in a fairly untouched environment. There was a boardwalk built at the height of the canopies of the trees, so koala spotting was great fun, and very achievable. The boardwalk was wheelchair accessible (and so...More
Such a lovely experience, our kids loved it, spotting the Koalas turned into a game for all. The freshair certainly helped the littlies sleep that night.
We headed out to the Koala Conservation Centre on PI recently as part of our time in the area on our drive around Australia. It was a lovely self guided tour along the boardwalks to see the koalas hanging out in the eucalyptus trees and...More