If you want to see koalas in the wild, go here. Every morning they put signs out showing which trees we have koalas in them. Overseas visitors in our group were enraptured. We blasé Aussies also thought it was pretty good to see a koala and her joey at just above head height (this is not guaranteed, though).
We were two families of 5 each with both teenagers and younger children and took the guided nocturnal walk, which starts around sunset and into the night, a total of about 90 minutes. The guide was very friendly and knowledgeable and was happy to discuss with us everything and answer all questions. The walks is very easy and suitable for... 更多
The wildlife here is truly wild; they are not fenced in but rather have everything they need in the sanctuary. You'll see ample koalas up in the eucalyptus trees and you won't be separated from them by fences. Some of the koalas have their babies with them, so it's a treat to spot them. You'll also see kangaroos and wallabies... 更多
Have been here several times but it never loses its appeal; a real and emotional experience being able to touch and relate to the kangaroos and koalas.
We took in the Hanson Bay Wildlife Sanctuary as part of a Kangeroo Island tour and later in a nocturnal wildlife tour. In the day tour, we walked down a alley of eucalyptus trees and were able to spy approximately a dozen koalas, some babies with moms. Very exciting. We were not as lucky with nocturnal tour as it was... 更多
We enjoyed the short walk down each of the avenues. You could hear the Koalas at times and we did spot a number of them higher in the trees. We did get to see to mothers and babies which was nice, but you certainly don't get to see them up close. However it is nice to think they are wild... 更多
Thanks for visiting. If you can hear them it usually means a male is on the move. The sublime beauty... 更多
It was pretty hot that day, could not really see the Koalas on that day. It's worth a visit if you really want to see them but it's likely that you will see koalas elsewhere aswell
Thanks for visiting. Australian wildlife is nocturnal. This is especially so on a hot day. The wildlife is still present... 更多