There isn't an angel at the top of this Christmas tree, but there is a koala! What a surprise! It makes a fun colouring page for the kids.
Australian Animal Colouring Pages
Kids love Australian animals, and we've got lots of them to colour in here, including kangaroos, joeys, koalas, emus and kookaburras!
Here's a lovely colouring page to print for the kids which includes a bush full of Australian animals for them to colour and enjoy!
The kids can have a go at colouring in our cockatoo picture with the help of the number key. UK and US versions available.
Print and colour this simple cockatoo colouring page, with bold outlines for younger children. Click the link below for our printable version.
K is for Koala! Here's a fun letter K colouring page featuring a cute koala for early learners to colour in.
How many koalas can you count in the picture below? Look carefully! Why not colour in the picture too?
Crocodiles can vary in colour depending on where they live. Their colours range from black, to grey, to green, so you had better get all your pens out for this colouring page.
Here's a dingo colouring page for you to print for the kids to colour in, with a somewhat realistic illustration.
There is something very special about getting a hand-coloured card. Colour in this dingos scene colouring card and send to friends or family to brighten their day!
This fun colouring page has an echidna on it! Echidnas live in Australia and although this animal eats ants, it isn't related to the anteater. All interesting facts you can discuss while the colouring goes on!
Perhaps you know someone who's never seen an echidna? You could print and colour in this card to introduce them to these unusual Australian animals!
Perhaps you've never seen an echidna before? If so, this colouring page is a lovely introduction to these fascinating animals!
This strange looking bird is popular with children - and here's an emu colouring page (with letters spelling out the word underneath the picture) that they can print out and colour in.
What colour will this emu be when the kids are finished? It's quite a realistic picture so older kids might want to do some research to find out how to colour him in...
You'll find the emu in Australia where they are notorious for stealing food from people's bbqs and picnics! Enjoy this colouring page.
This simple but realistic kangaroo and joey colouring page has the words underneath the picture, making it perfect for younger children and early readers. Just print and enjoy.
Put a bounce in someone's step with this kangaroo colouring page. These Australian creatures can reach speeds of 25mph when bouncing along!
Work out the simple sums so that you can find the right colours for this kangaroo colouring page - fun!
Print out onto card, colour in this lovely picture, then fold in half - for an extra special kangaroo greetings card!
We hope the kids enjoy colouring in our picture of a cheerful kangaroo family - complete with baby joey!
Here's a simple koala colouring page to print and enjoy, great for younger kids with the letters spelling out koala underneath the picture for early readers.
Here's a cute little koala holding onto a branch of eucalyptus. With the word underneath the picture and a simple outline it is particularly suitable for younger children.
Koalas sleep for up to 20 hours a day! So you'll have plenty of time to finish this colouring page before he disappears to find some gum leaves!
Colour in this lovely picture of three koalas sitting happily in a tree, munching on leaves and keeping each other company! Then fold in half and you have a special greetings card to give...
This lovely detailed colouring page - of a family of koalas sitting in a tree - will keep the kids busy for a while! There's lots of detail to colour in and enjoy.
Here's a lovely kookaburra colouring page for younger children. The Kookaburra is native to Australia, but looks quite similar to the English kingfisher.
Here's a colouring page of the lovely kookaburra to print and colour in, perfect for older children.
Colour in this picture of a platypus - just one of a set of more "realistic" colouring pages of Australian animals for older children.
Have you ever coloured a platypus before? This one is great for younger children with lots of big areas to colour.
Here's a chance for the kids to make a homemade card with a difference. Print out this lovely platypus scene card, then colour in, fold and send!
Enjoy colouring in this delightful picture of the unusual and unique platypus! There are two of these wonderful creatures in this scene...
Taking the time to colour in a card makes it extra special for the recipient, and we hope that this colouring card of a possum scene will go down well.
Not heard of a Quoll before? Well they live in Australia and New Guinea and we think they're pretty cute. So we put one on this Q for Quoll colouring page for you. Check out the matching colour poster too.
This picture of a shark needs finishing off. Trace around the outline for some pencil control practice.
Our lovely detailed wallabies scene colouring page is ideal for older kids who like a colouring challenge. Perfect for an Australian animal theme.
I love this cheerful whale colouring page, and I hope that the kids do too! It's got nice simple outlines so is perfect for younger children.
Colour in this fun picture of two cheerful whales frolicking in the ocean, then fold in half for a really original card that they are sure to appreciate! If you need something quicker we have a pre-coloured version, too.
Here's a delightful colouring page to print for the kids, showing two cheerful whales enjoying their ocean!
Wombats are usually brown, and live in burrows in Australia. This colouring page features a very cute example, aimed at younger kids.
Two cute wombats feature in this fun scene for the kids to colour. Then fold the picture in half and the children have a special card to give!