Phillip Island: Koala Conservation Centre

Last March I went to Melbourne with 6 of my friends. It wasn’t until halfway of our stay that we were finally complete. We waited for Elisa to arrive before we went touring. Our first stop was Phillip Island about 2 hours away from Melbourne.

 
My friend Deb rented a van and one of her friend’s friend volunteered to drive us around. Without Wayne’s awesome driving skills we wouldn’t have seen so many things in a span of two days. An alternative to renting a car is to take a bus tour which costs so much more.

The next best thing to going to a zoo is going to the Koala Conservation Centre where we can see koalas at their natural habitat. 

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Koalas are so adorable probably because they get so much sleep! 

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We had to find the koalas. 

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There you are sleepyhead! 

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He moved! Oh he just repositioned his body and went back to sleep. 

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We saw one more high up a tree. 

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That’s it. We saw four koalas and left. Was it worth it? Ummm….if you’re already in the area then yes. 

Koala Conservation Centre
1810 Phillip Island Tourist Road, Cowes, Victoria 3922
website

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