Hang out with cuddly koalas at the Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary

The Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary is one of Australia’s oldest koala conservation centres, having provided refuge for sick, injured or orphaned koalas since the 1920s, when koalas were being traded for their fur.

Today, the sanctuary continues to provide a wonderful safe haven for one of Australia’s most beloved animals, and their work has never been more important!

But what makes this sanctuary so special is that it provides an opportunity for both local and international visitors to connect and learn about these cuddle little creatures so that they can be inspired to help out their amazing cause.

So, what are some of the awesome things you can do at this special conservation centre? And what makes it such a beautiful place to visit and learn about this most adorable tree chiller?

Daily shows & activities

While the sanctuary is named for its koala-caring roots, the Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary is also home to a host of other awesome Aussie animals that you can get up close and personal with every day.

The sanctuary has an ongoing schedule of exciting events and activities for kids and adults to enjoy, with everything from dingo photo opps to sheep dog shows, wild lorikeet feeding and, of course, everyone’s favourite – the chance to hold a cuddly little koala bear!

There are also kangaroo and wallaby feeding activities, perfect for learning more about Australia’s most instantly recognisable animal, as well as free flight raptor shows, where you will learn about the incredible flying and hunting abilities of Australia’s eagles, falcons, owls and kites.

Brisbane Holiday Dollars – save on amazing activities

The Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary provides a range of awesome money saving deals that grant you special access to learn about some of Australia’s favourite animals, whether it be the koala, a raptor, scaly reptiles and even platypus.

From a cuddle with one of those furry little friends to platypus feeding, holding owls on your arm and a close encounter with a reptile, this is the perfect way to grow your knowledge about Australia’s wildlife whilst having a rare opportunity to hang out with them!

Enjoy your visit

For anyone who has ever wanted to learn more about Australia’s incredibly unique biodiversity whilst getting the chance to snap a Gram-worthy phot or give one of Australia’s threatened species a hug – the Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary is the perfect place!

Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary Map