Koala cuddling in Brisbane?

Brisbane and Lone Pine Sanctuary

A Kiwi living in Brighton

One thing that Debbie was keen to tick off her bucket list in Australia was a photo with a koala. What is on your bucket list to accomplish on a visit to Australia? On our next trip in 2015 we will be ticking off a trip to Tasmania.

Our first stop during a 2010 trip in Australia was Brisbane. I knew Lone Pine Sanctuary was the perfect place to get a koala photo. It was established in 1927 and as well as koala’s has a variety of other wildlife including dingo’s, wallaby, crocodile and lots of birds. We took the Number 430 bus from central Brisbane to the Lone Pine Sanctuary where it stops near the entrance. The bus takes around 40 minutes. There also is an option to take the boat from Brisbane to the sanctuary. The Sanctuary is open from 9 to 5pm each day. More information about…

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