Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary Park
Who follows me on Instagram knows that I travelled to the most beautiful cities of Australia last month. Brisbane is one of them and I have a particular beautiful memories of it thanks to Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary Park. The journey to Australia was short to say exhausting. It not easy to stand to 14 hours of flight (especially when you working all of them). The few hours of rest didn't drain my jet lag and after dinner I just collapsed in my bed. The next morning (I am not sure that I was still well rested) my colleaugues and me went to the most exciting experience we have ever had. The Koala Park is just half an hour taxi drive from downtown and is home for 130 koalas and other 100 species of Australian native animals. The most famous species that I am sure you have heard about are: Tasmanian Devil, Australian Kangurus, Dingo, Platypus.
Of course we've done those most exciting two (tourists) attractions of the park: feeding the kangaroos and cuddling koalas. With kangaroos was mutual love from first love. Or better to say from first bite :) For just a few dollars you can buy a food packs and feed them from you palm of your hand. Don't be afraid if they come to you, they pick up food very gently. But if you tickle don't feed two at a time (see my pictures above with two kangaroos? you just can't ignore that one :d). With koalas was a different story. I had bad (or good) luck to wear a bit strong parfume that the first little fur friend hasn't like it. They brought me the big boy to cuddle. So at the end I was lucky to cuddle to koalas :P. Guys, keep them tight, they look little but they are quite havy :))) (And remember, Koala dosen't like Versace parfume :D). If you can rezist one day without a parfume and donate $ 16 (AUD) you can get the cuttest pictures ever. I will proudly show it to my nephewa when I will be an old annoying woman :d :d :d
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