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Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary

Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary Tickets

Help code: 2327-251

(4.7)

297 reviews
  • Cuddle a Koala (extra cost)
  • The world's largest koala sanctuary
  • Over 130 koalas
  • Hand feed kangaroos
  • Brisbane's premier tourist attraction
  • Full, fun day out for the whole family
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At Lone Pine Sanctuary, the emphasis is on hands-on interaction with the animals; kids will love it as they can cuddle a koala anytime (extra cost), hand feed kangaroos and encounter a large variety of Aussie wildlife, all in beautiful, natural settings. Brisbane's premier tourist attraction is only 50 minutes from the Gold Coast. The sanctuary's motto: "The earth is not only for humans", and it shows with the great quality of the wildlife facilities that make for a refreshing change from a typical "zoo". With a huge array of special creatures that you will be able to get up-close and personal with, including the extremely rare platypus, as well as a variety of entertaining and informative animal shows that are held throughout the day, Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary provides a full, fun day out that the whole family - especially the kids - will enjoy.

Inclusions

  • General Admission
  • Please click here for the daily show timetable

Exclusions

  • Food and beverages
  • Koala Photos can be purchased on the day (subject to availability)

Highlights

  • The world's first and largest koala sanctuary
  • Over 130 koalas
  • Cuddle a koala (extra cost)
  • Hand feed kangaroos
  • Brisbane's premier tourist attraction
  • Full, fun day out for the whole family

Time

  • Open daily from 9am to 5pm except ANZAC Day April 25th (1.30pm-5pm) and Christmas Day (9am-4pm)

Location

  • Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary is located approximately 13km from Brisbane CBD, at 708 Jesmond Rd, Fig Tree Pocket

FAQs

  • Seniors classify as any guest with an Australian seniors card, or aged 65 years or older. Guests purchasing a senior ticket are required to present either their seniors' card or ID (showing their DOB) on arrival
  • Students classify as any guests aged between 14-17 years old or with a valid student ID
  • Family passes are available direct with Lone Pine and are not currently offered by Experience Oz

Booking Information

  • Voucher is valid for 6 months from date of purchase
  • Confirmation in the form of a tour voucher will be received at time of booking
  • Upon completion of purchase, please print the voucher and present on day of entry. Mobile vouchers are not accepted
  • For your information, complete Tour Operator Information including contact details is included on your tour voucher
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Christina Wong 2 weeks ago Lone Pine was amazing! They keep a lot of koalas and there were many keepers to take care of them. Can see koalas really up close. They were pretty active climbing up and down, eating, playing around. You can tell they are doing a good job. I bought the ticket with a BBQ meal and it was just so-so. Perhaps buying food at their cafe is better to allow more flexibility.
Lone Pine was amazing
Christina Wong 2 weeks ago

Lone Pine was amazing! They keep a lot of koalas and there were many keepers to take care of them. Can see koalas really up close. They were pretty active climbing up and down, eating, playing around. You can tell they are doing a good job. I bought the ticket with a BBQ meal and it was just so-so. Perhaps buying food at their cafe is better to allow more flexibility.

We went to Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary as a family
Tarang Kamath 4 weeks ago

We went to Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary as a family. It was just an amazing experience through all the exhibits. The best would definitely be the kangaroo and emu petting area. The bird, sheep dog and koala shows were also great! Would definitely recommend!

A must for anyone who wants to support Australia's wildlife
Sam Button 1 month ago

A must for anyone who wants to support Australia's wildlife, it's not a zoo but a sanctuary so it's all about the animals' welfare for once. The koalas are so cute, personally paying for the koala experience isn't worth it as the lady keeper was very rude and for 25 bucks we had literally 30 seconds before she hurried us along. But its all for the animals so highly recommend.

We had an awesome experience and would highly recommend the Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary to everyone
Jana Palkovic 1 month ago

We had an awesome experience and would highly recommend the Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary to everyone. Perfect for a Sunday with the whole family, especially a nice adventure for kids. You can cuddle a koala or feed a Kangaroo, how could the day be better?

I was quite impressed with the park
Marissa Rietberg 1 month ago

I was quite impressed with the park. There were lots of animals to see and shows were great. I took my daughter there for the first time and she was so overwhelmed, I especially liked the idea of feeding the sheep and kangaroos, it’s a great way to get the kids involved. There was great signage everywhere, and picnic areas where you can have your lunch and little rest. I would definitely bring my daughter back. I would love to see all the shows which we missed out on.

Not our best experience with Experience Oz to date
Lauren Chandler 2 months ago

Not our best experience with Experience Oz to date. Easy to purchase online as always, but difficult to use at the gate. They had to make us email them the ticket, then print it and sign it. Took ages, and was the same price here as it was on the sanctuary website - should have just bought directly through them.

I went to the zoo with my husband
Suelen Antoni da Silva 3 months ago

I went to the zoo with my husband, 7 years ago and now with my little one and my cousin, everything still the same, nothing to complain. Even the weather was amazing. Lovely staff members and well-organised zoo. Small, but you can find a wide variety of Australian wildlife.

A must do attraction in Brisbane
James Tye 3 months ago

A must do attraction in Brisbane. You can get the local bus to the sanctuary which is efficient and cost effective. The sanctuary did seem a little zoo like with the koala’, but it was clear they were each carefully looked after. You get to see lots more native Australian animals too!

Excellent day out to meet some of the natural animals in Australia
Sheena Cartwright 5 months ago

Excellent day out to meet some of the natural animals in Australia. Great to get up close to koalas and other animals. Great family day out. Have photos with some snakes, koalas, kangaroos. The place to chill out and relax in nature with bird feeding as well.

It feels like the koalas are all squeeze in the sanctuary but it stills a nice experience to get to see the animals from close
Helena Baes 5 months ago

It feels like the koalas are all squeeze in the sanctuary but it stills a nice experience to get to see the animals from close... but for the good of the wildlife, I preferred to see them on Kangaroo Island where you will easily find many koalas. But I still enjoy my day in the sanctuary.

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Brisbane, QLD Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary

By far one of Brisbane's most popular attractions, Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary plays host to over 130 koalas as well as a myriad of other Aussie and international animals and places an emphasis on hands-on interaction wherever possible..

Koala cuddling photos are available for purchase on the day of your visit (subject to availability)!
Need help? Contact our friendly customer support service. 1300 935 532 Help Code: 2327-251
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