Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary General Admission Tickets

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Highlights & inclusions

The world's largest koala sanctuary
Over 100 koalas and over 70 native species
Cuddle a koala (extra cost)
Hand-feed kangaroos and emus
See the daily raptor and sheep dog shows
Experience touching a koala, snake or dingo (extra cost)

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Wed, Jun 19, 2024

What you can expect

Take a trip to the Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary, Brisbane's premier tourist attraction, where you'll get to experience hands-on interaction with all kinds of fascinating Australian animals. You can cuddle with koalas, hand-feed kangaroos and encounter a wide variety of Aussie wildlife just 50 minutes from the Gold Coast.

Take some time to appreciate and learn the stories of the animals, helping you develop a newfound appreciation for the natural world and a desire to do your part in protecting it. You can even attend a talk about native wildlife and habitats, where you'll learn about the challenges facing these animals and leave feeling inspired to make small, positive changes in your daily life to help protect your own native wildlife and habitats.


What you need to know

  • General Admission to Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary
  • Food and beverages
  • Koala Photos can be purchased on the day (subject to availability)
  • The world's largest koala sanctuary
  • Over 100 koalas and over 70 native species
  • Cuddle a koala (extra cost)
  • Hand-feed kangaroos and emus
  • Experience touching a koala, snake or dingo (extra cost)
  • See the daily raptor and sheepdog shows
  • Open daily from 9:00 am to 5:00 pm except for ANZAC Day April 25th (1.30 pm-5:00 pm)
  • Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary is located approximately 13 km from Brisbane CBD, at 708 Jesmond Rd, Fig Tree Pocket
  • 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
Terms And Conditions
  • Day passes are valid for booking dates only
  • Day passes are non-refundable. Refunds will be at the discretion of Sanctuary Management.
  • Day passes include entry to the sanctuary and attendance at complimentary shows and activities.
  • Footwear and appropriate clothing must be worn at all times.
  • Lone Pine reserves the right to refuse entry and eject persons from the Sanctuary.
  • Lone Pine Management has the authority to close the sanctuary or any part thereof, including any animal exhibit or show, at any time management deems necessary and will not be liable for any loss or expense occurred by a visitor as the result of such closure. Lone Pine will try their best effort to advise visitors of any changes to shows or exhibits prior to entry.
  • Visitors must obey all notices, signs, and directions given by staff.
Booking Information
  • Voucher is valid for booking date only
  • Confirmation in the form of a tour voucher will be received at the time of booking
  • Upon completion of the purchase, please print the voucher and present it on the day of entry. E-vouchers are accepted
  • For your information, complete Tour Operator Information including contact details is included on your tour voucher

Recent reviews

4.7367 reviews

Lots of informative and fun activities and a good place to spend time.

The sanctuary was well-maintained and the staff was quite friendly. I really enjoyed the activities throughout the day. The layout was quite nice and the directions are clear and actually accurate. It is a good place to spend five hours and I really enjoyed it.

Kushagra Agrawal 12 months ago

This place is a fun little zoo with a heaps of Aussie animals. Would be great for the young ones and you can also pat the barn animal’s, kangaroos and emus for free.

Enjoyable small zoo with Aussie animals. Sometimes these smaller zoos are more enjoyable as you can get a lot closer to the animals. You can feed and pat the kangaroos and emus in the open field which would be the highlight of this park. Would recommend for family’s with young kids.

John Lee about 1 year ago

My family and I had so much fun feeding the kangaroos and have a hugging photo session with a koala 🫶

If you ever travel to Brisbane, you should definitely check out this small zoo! We spent a long time staying with the kangaroos and feeding them. By the entrance they have the donate box, so you can choose how much you are donating for the animals and get a bag of kangaroo food.

Sophia Li about 1 year ago
Free cancellation up to 24 hours prior to experience