Get to know the koalas who call our Koala Conservation Reserve home, so you can spot them as you wander the treetop boardwalks on your next visit.
Vicky - arrived in 2022.
Transferred from Healesville Sanctuary.
Vicky originally arrived at the Koala Conservation Reserve as a rehabilitation Koala from the 2020 bushfire period. She was reintroduced to the wild in Mallacoota before being reinjured in a eucalypt plantation and returning to Phillip Island Nature Parks.
Ottie - born in 2015.
Ottie was an orphaned Koala transferred from the Otways.
Miso - born in 2021/2022 season.
Miso was bred in captivity at teh Koala Conservation Reserve and is the joey of the 2020 Bushfire survivor Roger and orphaned Otways koala Ottie.
Kim - born in 2006/2007 season.
Kim was bred in captivity at the Koala Conservation Reserve. She is the oldest koala at the Koala Conservation Reserve and has parented three joeys.
Howqua - born in 2010/2011 season.
Howqua was born in captivity at Koala Conservation Reserve. In a storm event in 2020, she managed to escape the reserve due to a tree branch falling over the fencing. She was recaptured in the Koala Conservation Reserve wetland 6 months later.
Les - born in 2008/2009 season.
Les was born in captivity at Koala Conservation Reserve.
Bunji - born in 2018/2019 season to Ella and Kiewa.
Bunji was born in captivity at Koala Conservation Reserve.
Roger - arrived at the Koala Conservation Reserve after sustaining injuries in the 2019/2020 bushfires.
Ash - born in 2018/2019 season.
Ash was bred in captivity at Koala Conservation Reserve. Often seen at the top of the trees in the Koala Boardwalk, can often be hard to find due to spot when feeding at the top of the eucalypts.