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AKF welcomes 2017 as the year to gain final support for the Koala Protection Act

18 January 2017 –

The Australian Koala Foundation (AKF) currently estimates there are between 44,920 and 85,495 Koalas left in the wild.  When you consider that more than 8 million Koalas were killed for their fur between 1888 and 1927, we may be looking at a population that is only 1% of historic numbers.  It is time for action.

Australia’s Koala populations continue to be threatened by habitat loss for unsustainable development, and associated impacts: cars, dogs and disease.  The most significant thing Australia can do to protect the Koala is provide better legislation to protect habitat.

The Koala Protection Act will be critical to the future survival of the Koala.  Read our collection of briefs in support of the Koala Protection Act here.


AKF: NSW Koala Strategy based on poor data; AKF not consulted

6 February 2017 –

The Australian Koala Foundation has contacted the NSW State Government expressing grave concerns on the development of the NSW Koala Strategy. Click here for the full submissions to the NSW Ministe...


Geo-enabling our community

24 November 2016 –

AKF landscape ecologist Dave Mitchell will be in Canberra this week to present the power of the AKF's maps and their potential to address issues of development, community, and protecting our vulnerabl...


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