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Cohunu Koala Park, Byford
(2.7/5 based on 260+ reviews on the web)
At Cohunu Koala Park, you can cuddle a koala, roam near kangaroos and wallabies, and hand-feed emus and llamas. This bushland is located 40 minutes from the city of Perth. Take a photo with one of the dinosaur replicas and enjoy observing the many birds in the giant aviary. Before you go, relax with a cup of tea at the kiosk. To visit Cohunu Koala Park and other attractions in Byford, use our Byford vacation builder.
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  • Absolutely disgusting! The animals are kept in small cages with no grass to grase on. We were all appalled at the conditions the animals were living in. Also the receptionist was extremely rude to me....  more »
  • Don't go to that park! Really small cages for all animals, not enough shade for the kangaroos and no grassy areas for the animals. Made up for tourist, cuddling animals...even the cuddle a koala exper...  more »
  • Went here on a very hot day. We brought a bag of unsalted, cooked popcorn to feed the animals, which was expensive. As you walk out you will see parrots and cockatoos in very small cages. Then there a...  more »
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  • Got to cuddle a koala here today. Theres kangaroos and emus roaming around freely its really nice to see alot of australian animals. Had a great time
  • First timers here and we loved it! 15$ plus 4$ for the parks train ticket was well worth it, most of the animals are free to roam, some have enclosures that you can go into and pet/feed them! The only thing I found unnerving was the emus haha they aren't afraid of humans which is great but means If you're like me and scared of giant birds you kind of have to avoid where they are 😂 we spent alot of time waiting for them to pass by Hahaha a part from that i loved it and most of the animals were more than happy to get a pat and a few photos :) big ups to all staff that put in effort to get the wildlife happy and tame definitely recommend this place to anyone who loves animals
  • This is really a very unique and special wildlife park. They allow you to feed, touch and carry the koala and take photo with your own camera! The staff are very knowledgeable. You can get a pack of popcorn at $4 and feed almost all animals roaming around in the park. In my opinion the best park I have been to as compared to other commercial park. Feeding plus koala sedation took around 2 hrs for us.
  • I'm puzzled that some reviewers seem to be scared of poo....have you never been in the wild? This is an open environment for animals there be poo and smells lol. Why did you bother if nature scares you??????? Anyhow my kid and i loved the place and the staff were friendly which is refreshing when many places have unhappy workers. I love this place so much
  • Bird at the entrance asks you to scratch it. But scratch its head otherwise it will bite you. Animals inside are very friendly.