Wildlife HQ Zoo

SAVE THE

KOALA DAY

Sunday 25th September 2016

Adults at Joeys Prices

Help Save the Koala these September School Holidays at Wildlife HQ

Did you know that September is Save the Koala month?  In the last 20 years, we have lost more than 80% of koalas in South East Queensland.

The time to act is now.

Join us at Wildlife HQ celebrating Australia’s most iconic animal. There will be an educational display at the Big Pineapple complex all holidays, featuring one our resident koalas.   Photo opportunities available daily at 11am for $30 per koala cuddle, in front of the Big Pineapple. Two icons in one amazing photo. Daily encounters will be limited. Terms and conditions apply.

To book this special event, click the button below

Save The Koalas

Contact Us:

 

Phone Number   0428 660 671

 

Email Address   info@qldzoo.com

 

Our Address   76 Nambour Connection Road, Woombye, Qld, 4559, Australia

 

Our Postal Address   PO Box 236, Woombye , QLD 4559, Australia

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WHQ Zoo – 76 Nambour Connection Rd, Woombye QLD 4559, Australia

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