News & Events

News and events

Ian and I were at Quinlan's recently when 218mm (8.5 inches) of rain came down. This gave our creek much needed water after a long summer. EK1 (a fig tree planted at Quinlan's by the Nature's Path ... read more
It has nearly been a year since these graphs were sent to the respective councils to request that they place a moratorium on all Koala Habitat Development Applications in their Local Government Area ... read more
The Australian Koala Foundation would like to invite you to attend the Queensland Premiere screening of Cultivating Murder in New Farm on the 22 nd November. Deborah believes all members of the ... read more
Deborah was featured in a segment on Gardening Australia last weekend! The video can be viewed here: https://www.abc.net.au/gardening/factsheets/all-creatures-great-and-small/9440850 read more
Last week AKF staff visited Noosa National Park where we were lucky enough to see a young Koala in a tree in the car park, apparently one of only a few left in the area. There were many surfers ... read more
Save the Koala Month is quickly approaching. Get ready for this September! Look at these sweet photos of Chester the Koala - he's our poster boy for 2017. read more
Imagine if 80% of this Australian icon disappeared... We're working hard over here in the AKF office and we've revamped some of our previous advertising campaigns. (see below). Does this put the ... read more
Get ready because September is Save the Koala Month (STKM)! The Australian Koala Foundation will be spreading the Koala love far and wide with the theme 'Love Is In the Air'. Celebrations culminate ... read more
On May 3rd, the AKF ran its first full day trip to the stunning property Quinlan's. Guests came from all walks of life, including bankers, conservationists and journalists to name a few, and all ... read more
Just recently, the AKF office took a call from a developer who wanted to know what to do with a Koala up a tree in an area about to be cleared. Sadly this kind of phone call is all too common here ... read more