Go to eat and listen to a place recommended by the clerk, where you can see wild kangaroos and koalas. Arrived at 3 pm, there are many kangaroos grazing on the lawn. Follow the sign to find the koala. Under the guidance of an old lady, he found the first koala, sleeping on a high branch. Later, I found two more under the guidance of other tourists. One of the great places is a very suitable place to bring children!
We drove to this hidden place, it is not mentioned in any tourist brochures. I saw many kangaroos, but only one koala was found. When we were there, the park ranger was busy cleaning the glass, which might scare away some animals. This place is a good pedestrian zone. Prepare a pair of good sports shoes. We arrived there before sunset and saw that the whole area was orange.
Surprisingly large area easily accessible via Rain Tree Glen. If you have some international guests who want to see some kangaroos and an occasional koala. Take them here for free. You can get up close with the kangaroos.
A relatively small wildlife sanctuary, but its observability is still high. Because I have seen hundreds of wild kangaroos, I was lucky to see a wild bear with tail. Between Brisbane and the Gold Coast
We took a bus here and walked over a kilometer from the bus stop to this area. We went in the evening around 5pm and saw many free roaming kangaroos coming out in search of food. This area also has koala bears but we were not lucky enough to spot any. Not so many tourists around. Seems like a well kept secret. Coming here and mingling with the kangaroos was the highlight of our trip to the Gold Coast. Best of all, it was FREE.
This is a nature reserve. The original scenery and ecology are still preserved here. There is no human damage. The scenery is primitive and charming. It is highly recommended