Where to see a Kangaroo in the Redlands

The Lone Pine Sanctuary, (about 40k West of Capalaba), is I think, the closest location to be able to see a Kangaroo, other than the odd one running across local roads, for those in the Redlands area of South East Queensland.

The 5 acres of Kangaroo reserve holds over 130 kangaroos and wallabies which hop about eagerly awaiting their daily hand-feeding by visitors.

Kangaroos at Lone Pine SanctuaryLone Pine Koala Sanctuary
708 Jesmond Road,
Fig Tree Pocket, Qld 4069
Telephone:   07 3378 1366

Web: www.koala.net


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Wolston House, near Wacol, (about 35k West of Capalaba), is also know for the many wild kangaroos to congregate. No guarantees, but an interesting early Queensland historical property to visit, with the chance to see these wild kangaroos.

Wolston House
223 Grindle Road
Wacol QLD 4076
Tel: (07) 3223 6666
Web: www.nationaltrustqld.org/property-wolston.htm

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