13/11/2015 2:56 PM AEDT | Updated 15/07/2016 12:51 PM AEST

Baby Koala Imogen Is Winning The Internet, One Cute Video At A Time

Imogen, the baby koala who lives at Symbio Wildlife Park, turns one this weekend.

Now it’s not often we get all pumped for a first birthday party, but have you seen Imogen?

If not, brace yourselves. Because she’s been casually dominating the special part of the Internet reserved for cute with her birthday videos and they’re guaranteed to melt even the coldest of hearts.

The below video has had over 1.8 million views on Symbio Wildlife Park’s Facebook page and is responsible for triggering warm fuzzy feelings in people from across the globe.

"Here she is during her first ever photoshoot when just 10 months old," the page writes.

Behind the scenes of Imogen's first photoshoot

With Imogen's 1st birthday this coming weekend, we will be bringing you plenty of cuteness throughout the week to celebrate. Here she is during her first ever photo shoot when just 10 months old! :)

Posted by Symbio Wildlife Park on Sunday, 8 November 2015

She sure knows how to work that Eucalyptus leaf, huh? She’s also got her very own ‘Most Memorable Moments’ video to help promote her party, as well as footage of her moving into her new pad (also known as a koala sanctuary).

Imogen's journey #raisingimogen

Watch all of Imogen's most memorable moments, in this adorable home video, as we get ready here at Symbio Wildlife Park for her 1st birthday celebrations taking place this weekend. :-)

Posted by Symbio Wildlife Park on Thursday, 12 November 2015
Imogen the koala Joey

You just have to see what happens when Imogen is introduced to her new koala sanctuary :-)

Posted by Symbio Wildlife Park on Thursday, 15 October 2015

If you’re interested, you can buy tickets to Imogen’s birthday bash for just $29.50 -- which is basically free when you consider her current celebrity status. And because she’s such a legend, she’s letting children attend for free. BYO Eucalyptus.

Don’t worry I got this covered :-)

Posted by Symbio Wildlife Park on Wednesday, 21 October 2015