Deborah's Diary

Deborah's Diary

I believe this article is a blatant demonstration of why Australia needs a Koala Protection Act. Not only does this reserve protect hundreds of other significant species because of the old growth ... read more
Welcome to Save the Koala Month. This month is the time when we all remember how much we love Koalas. In recent days, there has been a lot of media, most of which has been on our Facebook and I was ... read more
Hello Koala Lovers, Over recent weeks I have been writing and meeting with the Queensland Government about the Koala Expert Panel Report which was supposed to be finished in June (now due in August) ... read more
Hello Koala Lovers, Just letting you know I am at Quinlans checking on this beautiful place that was bequeathed to the AKF over 7 years ago. We have 70 new trees going into the ground today link to ... read more
Hello Koala Lovers, At a recent Board meeting, we all remembered fondly the input of Dr John Woolcock, the founding Research Chairman of the AKF when we started in 1986. Dr John, as he was ... read more
Hello Koala Lovers, Winter is upon us in Australia and this is the time that our office starts to get ready for Save the Koala Month in September. Our theme this year is “Love is in the Air”. ... read more
Dear Koala lovers! With the closing date for submissions for the New South Wales Koala Strategy and the draft of the South-East Queensland Regional Plan both falling on 3rd March, the Australian ... read more
Hello Koala Lovers, The last few weeks since the team and I returned from our holidays has been very busy. There are links below to all the letters the AKF staff have written to various politicians ... read more
Hello Koala lovers! It's been a busy work in the AKF office with a couple of curiously synchronised goings-on in Queensland and New South Wales - with no action from the Federal Government. I have ... read more
Dave Mitchell, our Landscape Ecologist is in Canberra this week to deliver a powerful presentation on the value of the AKF's maps and how they can be used to help plan development and ecological ... read more