At the Koala show you can pat one of our thirteen koalas and learn about they way they survive in the wild and captivity. At the Park we have one special koala named 'Matilda' and she was born a twin in 2007. There have been only four sets of twin koalas born in captivity on record and the third was here. Matilda has since had three joeys and two of which can be viewed from the enclosures.
Largest of the carnivorous marsupials, this powerfully built animal is the size of a small dog with small eyes set in a short, broad head with strong jaws and well-developed teeth. It is covered in black fur, usually with white patches on the neck and rump with the muzzle and small rounded ears sparsely-haired. The Tasmanian Devils limbs are short with strong claws.Read More