Koala Park Sanctuary
Sydney • Australia

From: Sydney Travel Guide

See also: Sydney Wildlife WorldTaronga Zoo

Koala Park Sanctuary, Sydney, Australia
The Koala Park was founded by Noel Burnet in 1930 with the main aim being to preserve, protect and promote the Koala.

Hold a Koala!
The park is set in around 10 acres of land and offers a unique Koala experience where you can handle and feed the Koala's as well as having your picture taken with them to take home.

Its not all Koalas at the site there are also Kangaroos, Wombats, Echidnas, Peacocks and Eagles to name a few. On site you will also find a souvenir shop with several Koala and Australian gifts available to remind you of your visit.

There are regular Sheep Shearing shows held throughout the day which offer a great insight into another Australian tradition.

Attraction Location Guide
The Koala Park is situated approximately 17 miles north west of Sydney Harbour Bridge in West Pennant Hills.