South East Queensland is home to the largest concentration of wild Koalas in Australia. But despite its iconic Aussie wildlife status, it’s an animal that even many Australians have never had the chance to see in the wild.
Yesterday, the students from Lexis Noosa had the chance to spot a Koala just meters up the tree at Tea Tree Bay in Noosa National Park. For some, it was only their second day in Australia and they had a chance to see a Koala in the wild!
The students also hiked around the beautiful coast line of Noosa, taking in the Natural Beauty Noosa has to offer.