Visit the Koala Conservation Reserve at Phillip Island Nature Parks in southern Victoria to spy on sleepy koalas, where every visit helps protect nature for wildlife.
At Phillip Island’s Koala Conservation Reserve, you can wander along treetop boardwalks to see koalas in their natural habitat. Learn about koalas and the important role that the reserve plays in protecting Phillip Island’s koalas and their habitat.
With a range of family-friendly activities spread over six hectares, the park is also home to abundant birdlife, wallaby, echidna and bat populations. Explore the vast park via walking trails which meander through native Australian bushland.
While visiting the Koala Conservation Reserve you’ll discover what community groups like the Friends of Koalas and Barb Martin Bushbank are doing to help Phillip Island’s native wildlife, and how you can help too.
Things to do and see at Koala Conservation Park
- Wander the two treetop boardwalks for superb up-close koala viewing
- Tree Top Koala Boardwalk: 800m loop – 20 minutes – easy
- Tree Top Woodland Boardwalk: 600m loop – 20 minutes – easy
- Explore the six hectares of Australian bushland on the easily accessible trails
- Lookout for wallabies, echidnas and colourful native birds
- Uncover the amazing lives of koalas with the interactive displays in the new visitor centre
- Join Ranger Jess on a digital quest around the Koala Conservation Reserve by following the QR Code Trail and learn about koalas and the centre while you look for clues
• Adult (16 years+) – $13.50
• Child (4-15 years) – $6.75
• Family (2 adults and 2 children) – $33.75
• Australian Pensioner (ID required) – $9.40