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Koala Breakfast in Sydney, Australia

Submitted by on August 14, 2023 – 12:06 amNo Comment

Koala, Sydney Zoo, Australia WILD LIFE Sydney Zoo at Darling Harbour in Sydney, Australia, is bringing back its iconic Koala Breakfast after a three-year, Covid-enforced hiatus.

Starting again Friday (August 18 2023), guests will enjoy a guided tour of the zoo, where they’ll see Australian animals including Princess the cassowary, Tasmanian devils, kangaroos, wallabies, a range of snakes, lizards, and three freshwater crocodiles. The fun and interactive tour is followed by a hot buffet-style breakfast on the revamped Koala Rooftop.

Animal lovers will be treated to an informative koala keeper talk before being able to get up-close-and-personal for a take-home photographic moment with one of the photogenic koalas.

Tyler Whitehouse, Koala Keeper at WILD LIFE Sydney Zoo said, “Koala breakfasts are back! Whether you’re an early riser, an international visitor or a local looking for breakfast with a twist, our Koala Breakfast is an unmissable experience. After a tour of the zoo, discovering fun and quirky facts about our resident animals, it’s onto a delicious breakfast with our charming resident koalas, including our adorable newest arrival nine-month-old koala joey, Parker – who’s cheeky and curious often spotted hitching a ride on his mum Kyara’s back.

Breakfast with the koalas takes place from 7:15 to 9 a.m. Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays. Bookings can be made online.

After breakfast is over, you’ll be welcome to explore the rest of the wonderful WILD LIFE Sydney Zoo which consists of three levels, nine separate habitats, and more than 65 exhibits that feature the largest range of Aussie animal and plant life under one roof!

Koala breakfast at the zoo in Sydney, Australia

(Photo, above, courtesy of WILD LIFE Sydney Zoo)

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