I will go to the Koala Conservation Center in the afternoon for the purchased Ctrip Phillip Island Day Tour products. There is a small exhibition at the door, introducing the baby Cara’s only the size of a bean, the consumption of eucalyptus leaves a day, etc. Learn about koalas . After entering, it is an outdoor trail. There are a total of ten wild karas. We only saw eight of them after looking for a long time. Some slept on a tall tree, and some slept in a low place for a closer look, but the point is all Sleeping, the tuo is super cute, and you can see kangaroos jumping around in the park.
The Koala Conservation Center in Melbourne is mainly engaged in the protection and research of koalas. It can provide free parking spaces by car. Tickets here can still be purchased on Ctrip. Of course, they can also be purchased on-site. Children have coupons, which can be near In addition to koalas, there are kangaroos and other small animals
The koalas at the Koala Conservation Center on Phelps Island are naive and worth visiting. Due to environmental factors, there are only 40 koalas left. In 1970, there were thousands of koalas. The koalas are super cute, haha [fun]
He is a cute little monster who is holding a thief and smells of eucalyptus! Cute, but Koala and I like this forest [shy] There is no project to hug him, support animal protection, no Profit from animals.
The cute Australian national treasure, koalas are really cute. Apart from sleeping and eating, hahaha, the koalas here can be taken together. The koalas are very well-behaved. They may be used to taking photos with humans, but it is said Koalas are also very fierce animals
Preston_Dominguez: 1810 Phillip Island Rd, Phillip Island VIC 3923, Australia
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