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Cohunu Koala Park

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287a Mills Rd | 40 Kms From Perth Via South West Hwy, Byford, Western Australia 6111, Australia
+61 8 9390 6090
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Over charged!!

Upon entry we had stated we had 4 adults 3 children and 2 under 2 $15 per adult $5 per child over 3... read more

Reviewed yesterday
Redcheakfreak
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Blenheim, New Zealand
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Koala park

Was recommended to go to Cohunu as it seems to be the only place where you can actually hold the... read more

Reviewed 6 days ago
Vicki R
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Longfield, United Kingdom
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Hand feed free-roaming animals such as koalas, deer, kangaroos, dingoes and the many birds in the giant aviary.
  • Excellent33%
  • Very good29%
  • Average12%
  • Poor9%
  • Terrible17%
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287a Mills Rd | 40 Kms From Perth Via South West Hwy, Byford, Western Australia 6111, Australia
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Upon entry we had stated we had 4 adults 3 children and 2 under 2 $15 per adult $5 per child over 3 and under 3 were free. Some how charged $68?? The animals were friendly and children loved the interaction but some animals needed...More

Thank Redcheakfreak
Reviewed 6 days ago via mobile

Was recommended to go to Cohunu as it seems to be the only place where you can actually hold the koalas. Entry and koala tickets were cheap $45 altogether. The place as a whole needs a little work as it's looking a bit run down...More

Thank Vicki R
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

We went as my niece was visiting from the UK and she wanted to hold a Koala and this is one of the few places that let you , we have a good day wandering through , we walked into the kangaroo enclosure and fed...More

Thank Sandy M
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

This Koala park is located not far from Perth city in the growing suburb of Byford. The place has animals that are out of their enclosures which is really great for the kids compared to a zoo where most animals are in an enclosure. There's...More

Thank Annette T
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Firstly, calling it a Koala Park is a bit of a stretch. There is a small enclosure right after the entrance with half a dozen koalas up a few tree stumps. This is where they charge you to have photos with the koalas, it's also...More

Thank Marwinkle1
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

It was on my bucket list to cuddle a koala so what a fabulous day we all had yesterday doing just that. This is what you might call a "real" attraction - the people who look after it were real, the animals definitely were, and...More

Thank csandbrook
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

Spent a lovely few hours with the animals. It's a very intimate space and you really interact. Pay a little extra for an opportunity to pet a coala.

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Reviewed 6 September 2017

Reading other reviews here, it's a little hard to write anything different. The animals look a little bored and un-stimulated and their enclosures are barren and look like a wasteland, rather than any of the animals natural environments. As for interacting with the animals...little horses,...More

Thank ENB346
Reviewed 13 August 2017

I was here with my GF with the final target of having the possibility to cuddle a koala. I'm generally against all the pictures taken with tigers and lions (that get drugs to allow visitors the possibility of getting a safe picture). Nevertheless I really...More

Thank Pece_77
Reviewed 18 July 2017 via mobile

Visited on the weekend with a young child.. couple of different animals to visit and most animals you get get up close with. Animals seem well looked after. No real eating place here though so suit a packed lunch

Thank Steven K
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hajerin 0
16 February 2017|
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Response from Jedlynny | Reviewed this property |
You could catch the Australind from Armadale station to Byford then get a taxi or walk (23 mins) to the park.
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