Koala Conservation Centre


Come and visit the Koala Conservation Centre!

Walk amongst the treetops on the raised boardwalks and experience wild koalas in their natural habitat. Enjoy strolling through the Aussie bushland walking tracks, look out for wallabies, echidnas, birds and other Aussie wildlife.

The Centre plays host to a special koala breeding program which forms a vital part of the centre’s ongoing research activities. Originally established 1991, the environmentally sustainable Centre is dedicated to koala research and conservation and has played a vital role in saving Phillip Island’s koala population.

The Koala Conservation Centre is also home to a host of Australian wildlife – swamp wallabies, nocturnal brushtail and ringtail Possums, echidnas and over 150 species of birds. Learn about the amazing lives of koalas in the interactive Visitor's Centre, browse for unique gifts in our gift shop. Relax and enjoy a meal or snack in our cafe.

The Koala Conservation Centre is open every day from 10am – 5pm.