Rise and Shine at seven am (what, who am i? right mom and dad) We caught a bus to the train to the city to another bus right into the sanctuary and it took three hours, AND we made it back home using the same sed transportation, I feel so adult like!
So to get right down to it, here's some photos from the day:
|the oldest koala sanctuary|
|15,000 Ks to NY|
|besides a little mishap finding our bus, we kicked public transports butt!|
|melt my heart|
|cassowarys: apparently they are incredibly fierce birds|
|"Now I'm the king of the swingers, the jungle VIP"|
|watched these little guys get a bath, cutest thing ever. |
|feeding a redtail cockatu|
|the male koalas have the brown spot on their chests for attracting the ladies|
|wild lizards irrrwhere|
|oh you know just HOLDING AN OWL|
|a gorgeous, gorgeous, barn owl|
|asking it to come home with me|
|i think he would've obliged|
|the coolest part of the day|
|he wouldn't get off my arm! I wasn't complaining|
|a sea eagle|
|cupping my hand bowl!!!|
|caught him in a selfie!|
|tried to bite right though my food bag!|
|check out those legs|
|wild little baby!|
For those interested in the Koala Sanctuary visit here!
Such a great place to visit, and more in budget for students.
The crowds are smaller, so its easy to get up close with the animals, the staff are so knowledgable and the shows are great. Plus theres tons of Koalas running around, who wouldn't wanna see that?!