Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary

Fig Tree Pocket, Brisbane Area

Recognised by the Guinness Book of World Records, Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary is the world's first and largest koala sanctuary, with 90 years of experience and 130 koalas. In 2015 Lone Pine was inducted into the Trip Advisor Hall of Fame for five consecutive years of excellence.

Interact with 100 species of Australian animals, with hands-on experiences and presentations. Hand-feed kangaroos and wild lorikeets, or hold a beautiful koala. Lone Pine is also home to two platypus, residing in a AUD1 million exhibit, who will entertain you with their playful antics.

Relax and take in the beautiful surroundings, while you use the free WiFi, which is available all throughout the park. Wireless phone charging stations are also available for customer use at no charge. Three new bloggers areas are now open, providing guests with comfortable seating, USB power stations and free, high speed WiFi.

Unwind with an organic coffee in the "Koala Forest" surrounded by 30 koalas, or catch the action in the Bird of Prey Free Flight Show! You can also enjoy a real Australian outback farm experience at the daily Sheepdog Show, performed by experienced award-winning sheepdog handlers and their loyal dogs.

Entry Costs

Entry Cost AUD Valid From Inclusions
Child $22.00 - $22.00 Children aged three to 13 years. Children under three years old are free of charge.
Indicative Prices $36 - $36 Aged 18 to 65 years. Student and senior prices available.

Opening Hours

Season/DateDayOpening Hours
All yearDaily9am - 5pm
25 April 2017-1:30pm - 5pm

Other Information

Family Friendly:

Family friendly – please refer to operator's website for services and facilities.
708 Jesmond Road
Fig Tree Pocket, Brisbane Area
Queensland
Australia

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