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Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary

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708 Jesmond Rd | Fig Tree Pocket, Brisbane, Queensland 4069, Australia
+61 7 3378 1366
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US$ 29.30*
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Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary Day Pass
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US$ 61.04*
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Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary Admission with Brisbane River Cruise
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US$ 89.52*
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Brisbane Afternoon Tour to Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary and Mt Coot-tha
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Discover over 100 species of Australian native animals in a beautiful, natural bush setting at the World's first and largest koala sanctuary. Meet a koala, hand-feed kangaroos, marvel at the playful platypus, and enjoy a full daily schedule of keeper talks and activities, including Sheep Dog Show and Wild Lorikeet Feeding. Amenities: free wiFi everywhere, parents' rooms & cafe
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  • Very good29%
  • Average5%
  • Poor1%
  • Terrible1%
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Hours Today: 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Suggested Duration: More than 3 hours
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708 Jesmond Rd | Fig Tree Pocket, Brisbane, Queensland 4069, Australia
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+61 7 3378 1366
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Reviewed yesterday

NIce for children Involve long walks..but animals are good. Gives you an overall look at Australias wild life

Thank Marlise778
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

We had a great visit here. It's easy to spend a whole day here as there are lots of animals to cuddle and feed. The mums and bub koalas were just adorable and the lorriket feeding was a fantastic free experience.

Thank Rachael M
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

A great place to see Australian animals with young children, Plenty of Koala and Kangaroo, reasonably priced entry tickets with the option of purchasing online tickets even when you are already there for a slightly cheaper price and jumped the queue. Lots of shades for...More

Thank Rebekah134
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

Said the 3 year old, on his third visit! We have an annual pass and go often with him during the week when it is quieter. Whilst it was busy during the holidays there were still places you could enjoy without crowds. Lots of koalas,...More

Thank Robyn_and_Paul
Reviewed 2 days ago

We caught the cruise from south bank to the koala sanctuary and had a fantastic time. The animal areas were exceptionally clean, the food fairly priced and great price to hold a koala too. Easy to navigate and we saw everything without going round in...More

Thank Susan J
Reviewed 2 days ago

KOALA-TY PLACE – MUST SEE ‘Ello chaps! If you’re a local, or visiting Brisbane, this is the one place you MUST SEE. We booked our trip to Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary via Visit Brisbane, with tickets on board the Mirimar cruise boat. The Mirimar crew...More

Thank HerbertEdgewood
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

Had a great time at the sanctuary as it was the first time I was ever seeing kangaroos so closely. Kangaroos obviously seemed to be tired since it was so hot and also many visitors were constantly around them since it was during year end...More

Thank Yatrika09
Reviewed 3 days ago

Great place, cuddled a koala, held a snake, fed a kangaroo. Amazing great value day trip. Animals well looked after. Oh and stroked a Dingo. One word amazing.

Thank skinny1877
LonePineKoala, Front Office Manager at Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary, responded to this reviewResponded 2 days ago

Thank you for your 5 star review. We are delighted that you enjoyed your visit and close encounter experiences.

Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile

A fantastic park to visit where you can come close to the animals and feed Kangaroos. The only negative is that the Koalas is forced to work by taking photos with visitors instead of sleeping.

1  Thank miiiiahan
LonePineKoala, Front Office Manager at Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary, responded to this reviewResponded 2 days ago

Thank you for your review. Please find comfort in knowing that to ensure optimum health and well-being, our koalas are handled for strictly no more than 30 minutes a day, and if handled three days in a row, are not handled on the fourth.

Reviewed 5 days ago via mobile

We visited here 15 years ago and the place looked the same. The animals looked bored, confined to very small enclosed areas areas, the Kangaroos had mountains of visitors food spread at their feet but they were also too bored to eat. The highlight of...More

Thank Macy2013
LonePineKoala, Front Office Manager at Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary, responded to this reviewResponded 2 days ago

Thank you for taking the time to submit a review. We appreciate your feedback and will be sure to pass it on to the relevant departments. Please find comfort in knowing that all exhibits meet, and often exceed, industry standards. Our specialised enrichment officer works...More

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As far as I remember there was need to have formal ID I guess if you look to be of a certain age they do not question you Maybe worth taking Some form of ID Driving licence/passport etc. Have a great day
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