Koala Conservation Centre

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place1810 Phillip Island Rd, Phillip Island VIC 3923, Australia
phone+61 3 5951 2800


Karen Lockwood

What a lovely well laid out reserve. The board walk allows for an up close and personal sighting of the koalas of which we saw 11 during our visit. We also saw Australian Woodland ducks, Black swamp wallabies, Cape barren geese, Purple Swamp hen, Galahs, Lorikeets and of course the sounds of nature other birds and frogs. We loved our visit

Brittainee Naneko

I've been there once and it was wonderful although it was hard to see koalas, but the nature was relaxing. Very different than my tropical-weather-home land. Really like it thank you :)

Tan Kalvin

Boring place nothing much to see. You just go in and try to spot the koalas in the tree. Apart from that there is a small walk around the place which you TRY to see some birds and wildlife. Watch out for the snake. Not great if you aren't a lover of all nature stuff. There is a small exhibit next to the gift shop explaining about koalas. Nice cafe though. You are probably better off visiting the wildlife park some distance ahead.

Nathan Green

Visited here as part of our PI 4-Parks Pass. Boardwalks take you nice and close to koalas. Saw a wallaby in the distance and plenty of bird life. Good to see our native animals in their natural environment. The information centre provides enough of what you need to know with a bit of interactivity. Wouldn't go out of my way to go here other than it was part of our pass. That said it's a nice place to visit. Didn't try the cafe.

Kai Schöning

Nice Place, not overpacked with people at this time, saw up to 10 coala. Two of them away eating. Nice stay. Thanks.

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