Deborah's Diary

Deborah's Diary

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 ... 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
Hello Koala lovers, I am going to Quinlan's tomorrow and I will do what I love best; be in the bush. Quinlan’s is looking beautiful because we have had good rain and many of the trees and shrubs ... read more
Hello Koala Lovers, On Friday I wrote to the Premier of Queensland and also the Federal Minister for the Environment and Energy . The Queensland Minister for the Environment, Mr. Steven Miles has ... read more
Happy Save the Koala Day to you all! Thank you for your continued support of the Koala via the AKF and as you will see from my letter to the new Environment Minister , we are committed to protecting ... read more
Did you see the most recent newsletter from the AKF? In case you missed it, click here to find out about all the exciting things that we've already heard about in the first half of this year' ... read more
Hello Koala Lovers, Happy Save the Koala Month! The team and I are so thrilled to be hearing from you, telling us how you are going to celebrate. This is the time for the AKF to receive financial ... read more
Hello Koala Lovers, Our Federal Government has now been finalised and the AKF has some ideas on who we will be dealing with for the next 3 years. All I hope is that they will want to help the Koala. ... read more