Nestled amongst eucalypt trees and featuring a large outdoor koala enclosure and many interactive displays, the Daisy Hill Koala Centre is a unique place to learn about koalas and their conservation.
- Admission is free.
- The Centre has ramp access to all areas except the Treetops Tower.
- Located 25km south of Brisbane in the Daisy Hill Conservation Park.
The Daisy Hill Conservation Park comprises 435 hectares of open eucalypt forest. It has long been a popular bushland retreat for people, and is home to many native animals including koalas.
Daisy Hill Koala Centre opening times
9am–4pm daily (except Christmas Day, New Year’s Day and Good Friday).
Daisy Hill Regional Park opening times
7am–6.30pm, 15 October–14 March (summer).
7am–5.30pm, 15 March–14 October (winter).
Programs and activities
Daily Wildlife Officer talks: Wildlife Officers at Daisy Hill Koala Centre deliver talks daily at 11am and 2pm, providing information about koalas and their conservation.
Private talks: Daisy Hill Koala Centre staff also deliver koala-focused talks to schools and groups within the Centre.
Daisy Hill Koala Centre
253 Daisy Hill Road
PO Box 5116
Daisy Hill QLD 4127
Ph (07) 3078 3101
International +61 7 3078 3101