If there is one touristy thing that you should do while you are in Australia, then this will definitely have to comprise of going to the Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary. Nothing beats a day of strolling around an area filled with koalas and other animals like kangaroos, wombats, possums, and birds while having the option to do outdoor activities. Whatever it is that you are planning to do, especially in an outdoor setting, the Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary is always the perfect place for you to go and visit.

 

What's even better is that you don't have to be fully restricted from who you could bring to this place. It is a family-friendly sanctuary, which means that you can even go with the little ones. Aside from this, you also should know that the sanctuary was able to withstand the test of time since its opening in 1927. Back then, there were only two koalas that were aptly named Jack and Jill. Today, however, the sanctuary is home to more than 130 koalas.

 

So really, it's not just about koalas when you go and visit this place. It's being one with nature and having the opportunity to venture out what the great outdoors has to offer. With that, here are some of the other things that you can do for your visit to the Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary.

 

Play with the kangaroos

 

Your visit to Australia won't be complete without you having a close encounter with the kangaroos. The kangaroo reserve in the area is one of the most properly maintained in all of the country. Compared to the other zoos and sanctuaries, visitors get the chance to cross the control gates and physically roam with the kangaroos and emus. It's also an interactive experience wherein you get to feed the kangaroos. If this kind of encounter is not close enough for you, then it's a great thing that the sanctuary allows you to take selfies with the adorable joeys too!

 

Feed the Lorikeets

 

Most people aren't familiar with what lorikeets are. The reason for this is that these birds are not exactly the kind of species that you can see every day. Lorikeets are small to medium-sized parrots; there's only a certain time that they harbor to the ground. This usually happens before 10 AM and 4 PM. You can feed the lorikeets that are lurking around the Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary. What you need to do is simply wait by the river and wait for the parrots to come over. For your feeding session, you should always practice utmost care since the lorikeets tend to sit on your shoulders, arms, or head, but you shouldn't worry about this too much since these birds are very colorful and mesmerizing to look at.

 

Hold a koala

 

What would be a Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary experience without you having to have the opportunity to hold a koala? If you're planning to visit this place, then you must add this activity to your itinerary; besides, it's not every day that you get to hold and cuddle them. So seize this kind of opportunity if you must! You can hold and cuddle a koala for thirty minutes since beyond that time, koalas won't be able to tolerate human contact anymore.

 

How To Get To Remarkable Outdoor Living From Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary

 

The trip from Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary to Remarkable Outdoor Living should only take at least 25 minutes. From the sanctuary, head north on Jesmond Road toward Gunnin Street. From there, turn left and continue straight onto Fig Tree Pocket Road. Turn right to stay on the same road until you head onto M5 toward Western Freeway. Upon merging onto M5, take the Mount Coot Tha Road exit then take the second exit onto Milton road. Head towards Sylvan Road then to Coronation Drive. From there, take the exit toward City, merge onto N Quay, turn left onto Turbot street, then turn left onto Wickham Street.