Phillip Island Koala Conservation Centre
Koala Conservation Centre
1810 Phillip Island Rd, Cowes, VIC 3923
  • Phone:
  • 03 5951 2800

Explore the tree-top boardwalks at the Koala Conservation Centre and see koalas up close in their natural habitat.

Wander the tree top boardwalks and see koala’s face-to-face in their natural habitat at the Koala Conservation Centre.

Promoting koala conservation, this ecotourism attraction has been essential for saving Phillip Island’s koala population and natural bush environment. The new close viewing area plays host to a special koala breeding program over the next year, ensuring it remains a key player in the conservation of these important animals.

Accessibility information

Phillip Island Nature Parks are committed to offering an accessible experience throughout the Koala Conservation Centre and have a range of disabled friendly facilities: disabled parking, wide disabled ramp to Visitor Centre entrance with 1 in 14 gradient and handrails, disabled toilet facilities, movable café furniture, interactive interpretive displays accessible from wheelchair height, ramped wheelchair accessible treetop boardwalks to allow close-up koala viewing a short roll from the Visitor Centre, wide boardwalks and observation areas allowing for wheelchair access, smooth hard packed gravel paths with moderate gradient throughout bushland. Visitors who use assistance animals (certified by a registered authority) are welcome. Assistance animals must remain on designated paths and restrained by a harness or leash.

Opening hours

Open Saturday and Sunday, 10am until 5:00pm.

Visit the Koala Conservation Centre for FREE