"Cuddly Koalas" Featherdale Wildlife Park Tip by bkarjee

Featherdale Wildlife Park, Sydney: 18 reviews and 37 photos

  Koalas in Featherdale Wildlife Park
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  • Koalas in Featherdale Wildlife Park - Sydney
      Koalas in Featherdale Wildlife Park
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  • You can touch these Koalas in the Park - Sydney
      You can touch these Koalas in the Park
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Koalas are found only in Australia and they survive only on eucalyptus leaves. They hardly drink water. They are very shy animals and are primarily nocturnal. Hence when we visited the park at 1000 hrs, they were mostly sleeping on the top of tree branches. The Park volunteers used to bring them one by one and allow the visitors to stand close to Koalas and get photographed. Uou are also allowed to touch the Koalas. Park officials were saying that they wake up at around 1500 hrs in the afternoon and hence that is the best time to see the Koalas.

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  • Written Mar 10, 2006
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