Zoos

Koala Conservation Centre Cowes

Where is it at?

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Koala Conservation Centre
1810 Phillip Island Tourist Road
Cowes
VIC
3922
Tel: 3 5952 1610

Where are we going today?

Koala Conservation Centre

Tree top boardwalks and other viewing techniques get your family close to the indiginous koalas as they lurk around their natural habitat. There are also wild wallabies, echidnas and bats around to spot.

The new visitor centre had educational but fun interactives to teach about the species, and there are six hectares of bushland to explore with waymarked, hard surfaced trails suitable for wheel and push chairs.

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How much does it cost?

  • Adults$11
  • Children$5.50
  • Free Under: 4 years
LAST UPDATED 2013

When can we go?

Open 10am to 5pm daily (April to end of daylight savings); 10am to 5:30pm daily (daylight savings);

I'm Hungry!

Cafe on site offering hot and cold snacks and drinks..

Any Top Tips?

Take camera. Kids hoping to handle should wear long sleeves and legs..

What people are saying?

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    In under an hour we were able to spot and photograph 6-7 Koala in a very nice habitat. Once you are on Phillip Island, you should not miss the KCC.

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    Very good little reserve and worth a visit. Plenty of Koalas and very informative. Reasonably priced although don't expect an all day activity. Can go through the whole park in under 2 hours. Highly recommended.

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    Not worth for the entry fee :) . Don't waste your time by visiting this place

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    Boring. kids didn't like it.

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    Worthy for a quick walk with the kids, with a peaceful reserve. Staff friendly enough, though poor young women serving food was flat out by herself.

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