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  LONE PINE KOALA SANCTUARY
World’s First and Largest Koala Sanctuary

General enquiries:
Email:
Phone: +61 7 3378 1366

 

Media enquiries:
Email:
Phone: +61 7 3378 1366

 

For employment or volunteer information, click here

  • As leaders of knowledge, we are dedicated to research and the discovery of new information.
    Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary conducts

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  • Green Team
    Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary has created a Green Team to research and evaluate our environmental impact and we

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  • Supporting local businesses
    Electricians, plumbers, sustainable technology companies, and construction and maintenance crews are all hired from the local area.

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  • General enquiries:
    Email:
    Phone: +61 7 3378 1366

     

    Media enquiries:
    Email:
    Phone: +61 7 3378 1366

     

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  • Vacancies

    We are currently seeking expressions of interest for the below positions. Please email your interest to the relevant email

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  • Beating the Heat - Handy Tips for Keeping Animals Cool

    Whilst the official first day of summer is still a couple

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  • Why we're batty for flying foxes

    Some of our keepers have recently become new mums, but not in the way

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  • Make your New Year's resolution a GREEN one

    “Be the change that you wish to see in the world"
    - Mahatma

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  • The Science of Saving Koalas

    At Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary, we believe strongly in making scientific, fact-based decisions and connecting

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  • Tale of a Tail: Repairing broken feathers for 'Maverick' the falcon

    We all know more or less what’s involved in

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  • The Five Domains Series: Nutrition & satisfying some of the world's pickiest eaters

    Lone Pine recently received recognition from the

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  • Getting a Grip on Plastic Pollution

    March 3rd is World Wildlife Day, and this year’s theme is “Life Below Water:

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  • Meet the Team - Frank

    Meet Frank, our Wildlife Curator, who joined the Lone Pine family in 2011. As curator, Frank

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  • Hermit's Journey

    Like all marsupials, koalas give birth to tiny, underdeveloped young called ‘joeys’. Born with no fur, underdeveloped eyes

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  • Chilling with the platypodes: how we use the Earth's heat to keep our boys cool

    Platypuses, or platypodes (not platypi,

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