Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary, BrisbaneCurrently Open [Closes at 05:00 pm]
- Address: Jesmond Rd | Fig Tree Pocket, Brisbane, Queensland 4069, Australia
- Timings: 09:00 am - 05:00 pm Details
- Phone: +61-733781366
- Ticket Price: 33 AUD
- Time Required: 03:00 Hrs
- Tags: Wildlife Sanctuary , Family And Kids, Nature
About Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary, Brisbane
A great way to spend an exciting day with family and friends, the Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary is rated as one of the top ten sanctuaries in the world. Whether you want to hug an adorable koala bear or feed enthusiastic Kangaroos, there are a host of activities to keep you enthralled for hours.
The Sanctuary has an excellent variety of animals and is built in an extremely visitor-friendly fashion. When the excitement takes your breath away, pop in at one of the cafes for a quick cuppa or the refreshing house lemonade.
Rated amongst the top most sanctuaries in the world, the place is a popular tourist attraction among visitors, thanks to the vast number of activities it offers to them. You need to Buy Tickets for Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary visit. The Tickets for Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary is available for a little Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary Ticket Prices and can be availed directly from the premises. You can even Book Tickets for Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary online for more discounted Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary Ticket Costs. Specific Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary Tickets are also available for students and backpackers.
Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary Information
- On Anzac day (April 25) the park functions from1.30 pm to 5.00 pm and on Christmas day the timings are 9:00 am to 4:00 pm.
- One can also choose to have a barbeque by the Brisbane River at dedicated spots that can be used free of charge.
- Wheelchair and stroller hire is possible from the Entrance building.
Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary Ticket Prices
- Tickets can be bought online at a discounted rate.
- Daily passes for children cost 22 AUD, there are special rates offered for Backpackers, Students and Senior Citizens.
How To reach Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary by Public Transport
- There are many buses to Lone Pine that are operated by the Brisbane City Council. Bus no 430 leaves from Queen Street bus station, Bus no 445 leaves from stop 40 on Adelaide street.
Restaurants Near Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary
- Riverside Cafe
- Sleepy Koala Cafe
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Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary, Brisbane Reviews
WOW! What a fabulous day out. My wife and I are first time visitors to Australia and we wanted to see all of the classic animals we have seen on TV for years. We got close up and personal with koalas and kangaroos and we attended several very interesting talks by the very knowledgeable staff. The highlight for me was seeing a duck billed platypus; an animal I have been interested in for a lifetime. If you are reading this review and you want a great day out The Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary is brilliant! Andrew and Gail Kirby Shropshire England
I took my grandchildren. it was a good experience but as an aside i did feel the number of empty cages/animal spaces gave an impression of neglect. food was fine as was overall experience. for the cost of entry it would have been nice to see more animal appropriate displays.
Absolutely loved our visit here! Mr 2 was our tour guide, we followed his feet and had a great time. Not too huge to do in a day and a great day out. Beautiful bushland location. Affordable pricing. Much more than koala's to see too.
I have been here twice, it's always worth a visit. The facilities are great and clean. Maybe bring your own food because buying something there is quite expensive. It costs additional money to either hold a koala, snake or raptor. The shows are really nice and even kids like to watch them (my kids were 2 and 4 and they were really excited!)
The kangaroos where definitely our highlight! The staff where very friendly and helpful, I went in thinking why would anyone buy a season pass? You’ve seen it once why again?? I know fully understand why people would, I would have paid the extra $ for a season pass just to visit the kangaroos if I had known this before hand.