STEP INTO A TRUE ANIMAL ADVENTURE WILD LIFE Hamilton Island is one of the world's most memorable and hands-on animal adventures located within the stunning Whitsunday Islands in Queensland, amidst crystal clear blue waters and tropical greenery. WILD LIFE Hamilton Island is located on the base of the hill, heading down towards the beach. Enjoy Breakfast with the Koalas! In our ALL NEW Koolah Cafe. This is for sure a breakfast experience like no other on the island. Enjoy a full Aussie home‐style buffet breakfast in our unique, recently refurbished all-weather outdoor venue with our koalas. With eggs made fresh to order the way you like them and our regularly replenished open buffet, we guarantee to satisfy your appetite. If breakfast is included in your stay, be sure not to miss out on this fabulous island experience. Paying guests are also welcome with service from 7:30-10am daily. Breakfast with the Koalas
Start your day with Breakfast with the Koalas enjoying an Aussie-style buffet breakfast of juices, fresh fruits, cereals, pastries, toast, tea or coffee, pancakes, bacon, sausages and eggs cooked how you like them and all served in open natural surroundings.
Children age 3-12 years. Please note Koala Cuddle or Encounter is additional charge.
There is so much to see and do! Go on an Australian Animal Adventure as you meet some of the most loved, feared and unique animals. Daily tours, feeding sessions and animal photo experiences are available, as well as our special Breakfast with the Koalas. Koalas Undoubtedly one of Australia’s most iconic animals, WILD LIFE Hamilton Island has been home to these fabulous, fluffy, captivating creatures for many years and has bred a number of generations through successful breeding programs. Every koala is known by name, and each has their own little personality and unique traits, something our animal care team love to share with guests who visit our attraction. Eastern Grey Roos There are thought to be more kangaroos in Australia today than there was when Europeans first arrived in nearly 220 years ago. This is due to the clearing of native forests for farming, which in turn, encouraged grassland growth complimented by more available man-made water sources.