Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary becomes Nature Tourism Certified

Nature Tourism CertifiedLone Pine Koala Sanctuary, located in Brisbane, has just achieved Nature Tourism certification. In a natural setting along the river, Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary currently have 130 koalas as permanent residents along with kangaroos, dingoes, wombats and other native Australian animals.

Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary is also one of the few places where visitors are able to hold a koala and have their photo taken or feed the kangaroos that roam free. Shows run throughout the day showcasing the different animals in an educational format with activities for the younger children to also get involved. For the bolder visitors you can have your photo taken while you hold a snake or baby crocodile.

Founded in 1927, Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary have continuously shown their dedication towards conservation and education to the public about Australian species that are under threat.

For more information on Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary, visit their website.

For more information about Nature Tourism certification, visit our website.

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