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

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Help us break our 3rd Guinness World Record!

To continue our 90th birthday celebrations, we are seeking the support of our yearly pass members and wider community to help us break the below record by the end of 2017.

'Largest gathering of people dressed as koalas'

Before we can apply to break this record, we need the expression of interest to participate from a minimum of 300 people, to meet the record application criteria. 

If you wish to help us make history, complete the below 'Expression of Interest' form today! 

Name:*
E-mail:
Number of fellow record-breakers willing to attend:

* This form is solely an expression of interest. An event date will not be confirmed until our record application has been approved.
* Koala 'costumes' will be supplied for all participants.
* Event participation will be open to children and adults. 

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