Cohunu Koala Park is a wildlife sanctuary that was established in 1972 in Perth, Australia. The park was established by the Sorbello family as Cohuna Wildlife Park, its Koala colony was established in 1982. The sanctuary contains koalas, dingoes, emus, kangaroos, eagles, wombats, and cockatoos. The park has a miniature railway that runs around the park. the park is popular due to the close-up nature between visitors and animals with opportunities to feed and be photographed with the animals.
The best way to get to the park is to drive, with onsite parking available. Public transport is another option. You can take the train to the Armadale station then it is a 10-minute taxi ride or bus to Lot 103 Nettleton Road, Byford. Trains operate every 30 minutes from Perth to the Armadale station.
Opening Times and Admission
The sanctuary is open 10am-4pm daily, tickets are priced at 15$ for adults and 5$ for concessions. To be photographed with the animals come at an extra cost.