Sydney: Koala Park Sanctuary

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The Koala Park Sanctuary is a privately owned and run wildlife park located at West Pennant Hills in Sydney. The park is known for its collection of koalas and other animals and is set in a lovely quiet rainforest- like park. The collection of animals is small but it is quiet and serene. Koala Park was created in the 1920’s and officially opened in October of 1930 by the founder Noel Burnet. The park is a walk through wildlife park and most of the animals are contained behind wire and cage style exhibits. Other animals in the sanctuary include peacocks, little penguins, cockatoos, dingos, emus, kangaroos, wombats and echidnas.

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