gawufbWent here with my boys after staying at the SeaWorld resort, amazing! we had such a fun time and the virtual queuing was great, saved having to que for an hour at some rides. lots of different rides and was fairly quiet so able to go on rides multiple times.
gawufbSuch a wonderful time spent here. A variety of activities for all the family. great rides with more new ones coming soon and the dolphin and seal show was amazing. thoroughly recommend a visit here.
_We***49Only 12km from Brisbane City, Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary is the world’s first and largest koala sanctuary. There is a direct bus from city that will take about 30-45 min depend on traffic . pre purchase the ticket online as it is cheaper by 10 dollar . uber will cost about 25-30 buck and it only take about 15 min or so . there are some show through the days . dont miss it . and one is able to take a photo with a korea for FREE . but to hug one a fee is require .
yangduoduo17Today we had a koala breakfast experience to celebrate our wedding anniversary. We have 3 generations participating. I thought it would be the ability of koalas near us to eat breakfast and be able to take pictures... I was wrong. This is a complete morning outing. The breakfast was great, with fruit plates, muffins, croissants and jams, full hot breakfast, tea, coffee and juice! Sleepwalking! We are koalas with us and want to take pictures. We had a training session and were then taken to several pens on site. When the feeding time came, all the koalas were awake and moved. We are willing to be with many people, take pictures and take pictures. All this is done by our koala breeder Janelle, who is great and enthusiastic. After that, we went to a professional koala picture...Each ticket brought one...so five pictures! Each of them is great. Thank you Sarah, our photographer. Then you can visit the website that day. .A great day, it exceeded all expectations. .Thanks to the Paradise Country team.