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Koala Conservation Centre
Who doesn't love a koala? With their fluffy ears and cute little noses they're one of Australia's most symbolic animals and a must see for most visitors to the country. However, without going to a zoo, you're unlikely to be lucky enough to catch one roaming in the wild.
Phillip Island's Koala Conservation Centre gives you the chance to see cuddly koalas close up in their natural habitat, chomping away on leaves or nestling in for a nap amongst the trees. You can amble along the tree top boardwalks on a 20 or 30 minute easy loop which is not too long for families with children. As you wander through the woodland you might also catch a glimpse of other animals who call this habitat a home, with plenty of native colourful birds, as well as wallabies, bats and echidnas.
Phillip Island is penguin so while you're there, don't forget to pay a visit to the Penguin Parade and who can resist the koala's?