Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary Entry Ticket


The world's first and largest koala conservation sanctuary!

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  • 1 Day(s) Duration
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  • Encounter native Australian animals from koalas to echidnas and platypus
  • Learn about these endemic creatures at the daily animal show
  • Catch the farmers market (from 3:00pm) or a free movie screening on friday nights at the sanctuary
  • Enjoy free WiFi throughout the sanctuary to share these cute animals with the rest of the world
  • Queensland is the only state in Australia that allows tourists to hug koala
Most Recent Review

  • 18 May 2018
    Great place. Lots of kangaroos which u can feed without barrier and many cute koalas!

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  • Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary General Admission

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    • Child ticket must be purchased along with adult ticket

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What To Expect

You can't visit Australia without visiting the iconic koala "bears", endemic to the country. The Lone Pine Sanctuary is the world's first and largest koala conservation site, home to 130 koalas who are divided among groups of "kindergarten" to "retirement home", so you can see the different personalities of the koalas depending on their age! After you've spent enough time gazing at these cute creatures, venture off to discover lesser known native animals, such as the platypus which looks like a mix between a duck and a otter - or the echidna, an ant eating mammal covered in spikes! Join an animal show to learn more about these fascinating creatures which you can only find in Australia.

gold coast koala sanctuary
Say g'day to native Australian animals at the koala sanctuary
kangaroo zoo
Get up close to many Aussie creatures such as kangaroos and echidnas
koala bear experience
You'll even get the chance to hold koalas, birds of prey and snakes (extra charge)!
Activity Information


  • You will receive confirmation of your booking's availability within 1 business day. Once confirmed, we will send you the voucher via email
  • In the event that you do not receive an email from us, please check your Spam folder or notify us via email
Inclusive Of

Inclusive Of:

  • Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary General Admission
  • Animal encounters with extra cost: koala, raptor, snake
  • Animal shows and activities
  • Free weekly movie screenings on every Friday night
  • Free WiFi
Animal Encounter
  • Koala holding: 9:30am-4:30pm
  • Birds of Prey holding: 10:45am u0026 12:45pm
  • Snake holding: 12:00pm
  • No need to pre-book
Shows and Activities
  • Sheep Dog Show: 11:00am, 1:00pm, 3:30pm
  • Wild Lorikeet Feeding: 9:45am, 4:00pm
  • Koala Keeper Talk: 11:30am, 2:00pm
  • Snake Keeper Talk: 1:30pm
  • Platypus Keeper Talk: 2:30pm
  • Tasmania Devil Keeper Talk: 3:00pm
Insider Tips

Insider Tips

  • The weekly farmers’ market is held every Friday afternoon at the car park and Riverside Cafe, open from 3:00pm-7:30pm
Additional Information

Additional Information:

  • Child ticket: Age 3-13
  • Children under 3 receive free entry
  • Tourists can also touch and feed kangaroos
  • Besides watching Koalas tourists can pay for hugging Koala and take photos
How To Use
  • You must present a printed voucher for this activity
  • The voucher is valid only on the date and time specified
  • You can enter the attraction directly with this voucher

Opening Hours:

  • Daily from 9:00am-5:00pm
  • Open from 1:30pm-5:00pm on ANZAC day (25 Apr)
  • Address: 708 Jesmond Road, Fig Tree Pocket, Queensland 4069, roughly 12km from Brisbane
  • How To Get There: 15 mins drive from Brisbane or 1 hour drive from Gold Coast
Cancelation Policy
  • Once confirmed, no cancelations may be made
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Reviews (56) 4.6
  • Siew Lin 18 May 2018
    Great place. Lots of kangaroos which u can feed without barrier and many cute koalas!
  • Wai Lin 11 May 2018
    Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary is the zoo with the most koalas in Brisbane. Koalas are cute. We spent a day in the zoo with most of the time on koala cuddle, kangaroo feeding and the sheep-dog show. We wish Klook can sell entry tickets as well as koala photo tickets so we do not need to queue up and buy there.
  • Ke Wei 4 May 2018
    Getting into close contact with different animals native to Australia
  • Hong 12 Apr 2018
    Very good experience!!
  • Rena 11 Apr 2018
    Easy to redeem. Good place to take picture hugging the koala n feeding the kangaroos if u do not have the time to visit the Australia Zoo. If Australia Zoo is alrdy in your itinerary, u can skip Lone Pine Koala.
  • GENGQUAN 15 Mar 2018
    Quiet and the Koalas are beautiful. A must come for all families
  • Tsz Kit Arthur 9 Feb 2018
    Love the place, pack with activities to keep you busy throughout the day.
  • Kwan Lun 28 Jan 2018
    The Koala is extremely cute! The wifi there is great! The staff is nice!!
  • yuen on 21 Jan 2018
    Nice park. Many kangaroos and koala photo taking opportunities. They also provide charged photo taking service for snake and koala. Can spend around 4 hours here.
  • Blythe Jayne 13 Jan 2018
    This is my third time to Lone Pine, and was delighted to see that they have made some improvements over the years. Kangaroo feeding and seeing a joey in his Mama’s pouch never gets old! And a mama koala with her baby at her back is a sight you would not want to miss! Don’t forget to look for the white cockatoos that can actually say “Hello” and “Bye Bye!” (Be patient and wait awhile if you want to hear them speak!) If you are going to Lone Pine from the City, just take the 445 bus in Adelaide Street (Stop No. 41). Google the timetable online to plan your trip better. To see everything in the park in a relaxed pace (especially if you have kids in your group), you would need maybe 4 hours, but 2 hours is enough if you are in a hurry.
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