Koala Coloring Pages

Last Update: 12/06/24
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Koalas are adorable, tree-dwelling animals native to Australia. Below, you'll find coloring pages that will help you learn more about these cuddly creatures.

Koala Coloring Pages, Sleeping koala show print download
Sleeping koala
Koala Coloring Pages, Koala kawaii show print download
Koala kawaii
Koala Coloring Pages, Face of koala show print download
Face of koala
Koala Coloring Pages, Koala child show print download
Koala child

Each koala is so slow and lazy, it wants to climb right out of your screen onto your paper! 🐨 Our team has even prepared a free PDF for you to print on A4 or US letter-sized paper. So, hurry up and pick the koala you like the most, and it will magically download for free to your (soon-to-be colorful) paper! 🎨🖨️

More Koala Coloring Pages

Koala Coloring Pages, Koala with branch and leaves show print download
Koala with branch and leaves
Koala Coloring Pages, Baby cartoons Koala show print download
Baby cartoons Koala
Koala Coloring Pages, Koala emoji show print download
Koala emoji
Koala Coloring Pages, Cute zentagle, Koala show print download
Cute zentagle, Koala
Koala Coloring Pages, Koala face, mandala show print download
Koala face, mandala
Koala Coloring Pages, Realistic Koala eat leaves show print download
Realistic Koala eat leaves
Koala Coloring Pages, Cute Koala on branch show print download
Cute Koala on branch
Koala Coloring Pages, Adult Koala show print download
Adult Koala

What to Use for Coloring

You can use all kinds of things to color your koalas:

  • Crayons: Great for kids and easy to use. Plus, they come in so many colors!
  • Colored Pencils: Perfect for adding details and blending colors.
  • Markers: Awesome for bold and bright colors. Just make sure to put some paper underneath so it doesn't bleed through.
  • Watercolors: If you're feeling fancy and want to try something different, give these a go. They can make your koalas look super cool!

Choosing Your Colors

Koalas are mostly grey with a bit of white, but when it comes to coloring, you can be as creative as you want!

  • Realistic Koalas: Stick to shades of grey, black, and white. Their noses are usually black, and they have a white patch on their chests.
  • Cartoon Koalas: Go wild! Try bright colors like blue, pink, or green. It's your koala, after all!

Fun Fact About Koalas

Did you know that koalas aren't actually bears? They are marsupials, which means they carry their babies in a pouch, just like kangaroos. This might give you some inspiration to add a baby koala (joey) in your picture!

Popular Koalas to Inspire You

Here are a few famous koalas you might know:

  • Blinky Bill: A mischievous little koala from Australian books and cartoons. He usually wears red overalls.
  • Koala Brothers: Frank and Buster are always ready for an adventure. They live in the Australian outback and help their friends in need.
  • Kenai: From the movie "Brother Bear." While he’s not a koala, he can give you some ideas on how to color a bear-like creature.

Tips for Coloring

  • Start Light: If you're using colored pencils or crayons, start with a light hand. You can always make the colors darker, but it's hard to make them lighter.
  • Layering: Build up layers of color to make your koalas look more interesting and textured.
  • Backgrounds: Don’t forget the background! Koalas live in eucalyptus trees, so you can add some green leaves or a blue sky to complete the picture.