My wife enjoyed this place as you see koalas in their natural habitat. I know they live high in the trees, and you do seem to get a sore neck trying to find them but it's not worth the entry fee. I think it was about $16 - $18 for the family (2 Adults and 2 kids) but what you get for that is a chance to walk up and down a 100m - 200m corridor looking for koalas in the gum trees. I heard it used to be a gold coin donation. i would say a fair price for a family is more around the $10.00 mark.
When we arrived we saw a wallaby a little way from the entry gate but before you enter to see the koalas. As you do, the kids rushed over to take photos, and the woman from the shop comes out and shouts.... "You enter this way!!!" Maybe she thought we were trying to see animals for free. They just seemed a little desperate for the $. I don't mind paying a fair price for attractions as everyone is in business to make money and I know the tourist industry is struggling, but she did seem a little desperate.
All in all, not a bad place to visit if you don't mind looking for blobs high up in the trees in their natural habitat, but to get a closer look I would suggest one of the wildlife parks.
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