Port Macquarie Koala Hospital will reopen to the public just in time for the school holidays.
Visitors will be welcome back from Wednesday, July 1 but they must book online first.
The koala hospital has been off limits to the public since March due to the coronavirus pandemic.
But now the team is gearing up to welcome visitors again.
Koala Conservation Australia president Sue Ashton said the team was following COVID-19 guidelines for zoos and sanctuaries.
"We've had to look at every part of the business and assess what we needed to do to reopen," she said.
Visitors must book online before they get to the koala hospital and follow social distancing when there.
There will be six sessions a day with a maximum of 30 people in each session.
Visitors can print self-guided tour information to bring with them.
Wandering guides will be on hand between noon and 2pm, as well as at other times.
While the museum will remain closed, posters along the walkway will raise awareness about koalas and the koala hospital.
Mrs Ashton said the koala hospital was looking forward to reopening to the public.
"Everyone has been missing the companionship," she said.
Mrs Ashton said you could almost feel the excitement growing among the returning volunteers.
A small team helped behind the scenes during the coronavirus closure after 26 koalas were released before Easter.
That meant, with fewer koalas in care, the yard teams could be smaller.
Volunteers staged a working bee in preparation for the reopening.
Admission to the koala hospital will remain free of charge.
Go to the Port Macquarie Koala Hospital website for more information and to make bookings.
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