Deborah's Diary

Deborah's Diary

Dear Koala lovers, One of the great things about my job is receiving letters, cards and drawings from people all over the world. This gorgeous drawing of a Koala called Mongoose was a life drawing of ... read more
Hello Koala lovers, I am hoping you will take the time to have a look at the submissions for the Senate Inquiry into why federal environment laws are not working in Australia. Of course AKF's ... read more
Hello Koala lovers, Happy Save the Koala Day for Friday 28th. We hope you are having a great week. Please share your stories with AKF here. As always thank you for your support. Deborah read more
Hello Koala lovers, The AKF has submitted our submission for the new Senate Inquiry and I note the date has now been extended to 10th September so you still have time to make your comments. Our team ... read more
*/ Hello Koala Lovers, Those of you who remember the Senate Inquiry of 2011 and the subsequent listing of the Koala in April 2012 (under the EPBC Act), will, I think be shocked that there is now ... read more
Hello Koala Lovers, Where has the year gone? September is Save the Koala Month and it will be upon us before we know it. I was thrilled recently to be contacted by one of our supporters to advise of ... read more
Hello Koala Lovers, Congratulations to President Macron of France for speaking the truth to our Prime Minister about climate change. It is fantastic to see a young world leader knowing that he has to ... read more
Dear Koala Lovers, Nearly 10 years ago, Mr. and Mrs. Quinlan donated their property to the AKF for the protection of the Koala and other flora and fauna. This opened up a completely new era for the ... read more
Dear Koala Lovers, Welcome to 2018 and I know it is going to be a great year for the AKF in our endeavours to find the way to enact the Koala Protection Act. Over the summer, I had quite a few weeks ... read more
Hello Koala Lovers, 2017 seems to have gone very fast, and like all Australians I am looking forward to having some time off in our summer so that we can come back refreshed for 2018. In recent weeks ... read more