Lone Pine is the largest koala sanctuary in Australia. More than 130 of these cute animals are kept, as well as other Australian fauna, such as kangaroos, dingos and even platypuses. Visitors can try to feed and carry these animals and watch various shows. Start your visit by holding a koala. This activity has many interests, and therefore there are rules for regulating each visitor's turn and to ensure that one koala is not carried more than 30 minutes in 1 day. When carrying it, you will realize that it turns out these cute animals are quite heavy, but still adorable, especially when they are facing the camera. Photos when you hold this animal can be bought by ordering it at a souvenir shop. Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary is located in the outskirts of Fig Tree Pocket, only about 13 km from downtown Brisbane. You can choose between taking a public transport, driving or taking a boat along the Brisbane River to get to this wildlife sanctuary. Parking is free. Lone Pine is open every day, except on national holidays, and here are also available cafes and souvenir shops.
If you don't want to hold a koala too much, you can still visit the tree habitat to see them lying on a tree branch or gnawing on a white log. After that, stop at the kangaroo cage to feed this iconic Australian animal, with food that can be bought at the counter. You can find red kangaroos and other smaller animals, including tiny wallabies. Most of these animals no longer have appetite around mid afternoon, so try to come early in the morning. Look at the platypus in their pond habitat, before moving to visit the Kandang echidna. These mammals are both kind of lay eggs, but their appearance is completely different.
Also visit Tasmanian Devil animals or you can join a tour that offers activities to hold a dingo, feed lorikeet, or hold a wombat. Your entrance ticket includes shows in Nature Kingdom, which presents attractions played by sheep dogs and birds.
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