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    Im sure there are a few around, but have you ever held a koala before? KANNIS is correct - they STINK! They aren't as soft and fluffy as they look :mad:

    Yet another animal that has left me empty and disappointed.
     
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    Sydney Wildlife World do it, as does Featherdale Wildlife Park afaik.

    I don't think Australian Wildlife Park do, nor the place in Wollongong.

    Billabong Park (I think it's called) may do, but thats up near Port Macquarie.

    Then theres the Koala Park at West Pennant Hills. Not sure if you can hold a koala though.

    Canberra Zoo kicks all their arses though with it's Zoo Venture Tour where you can feed tigers, lions, pat a dingo, etc.
     
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    You can't hug Koalas in NSW any more - it's been made illegal.
     
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    they're heavy.. they stink.. and their claws are like wolverine!
     
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    This. VIC as well I think.

    We usually take international visitors to Featherdale. Seems OK and they're happy they get to see what they wanted to.
     
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    Sort of related but is there anywhere you can touch a wombat in Melbourne?
     

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