Brisbane Koala Bushlands is a series of conservation parks extending from the Daisy Hill area to Logan City and the Redland Shire. Most of the parks are linked creating invaluable habitats for the cuddliest of Australian animals, the koala. An estimated three to five thousand koalas reside in the Bushlands that remain relatively undisturbed. Of course other animals can be spotted in the parks, including gray kangaroos, red-necked wallabies, a variety of frogs, squirrel gliders, peregrine falcons, and white-bellied sea eagles. There are minimal facilities in the Bushlands. To ensure success with koala spotting, drop in to the Daisy Hill Koala Center as they conduct koala spotting tours.
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