News & Events

News and events

20th July 2015 article from The Australian- 'South Australia Koala Cull not on horizon: Ian Hunter' The South Australian State Government has unveiled a draft for its Koala Conservation and ... read more
The New South Wales State Government cannot make informed decisions on projects that impact the environment, including the Shenhua mine, because the State’s vegetation mapping is totally inadequate. ... read more
Yesterday, the Australian Koala Foundation was joined by friends and family at Quinlans for a beautiful celebration of life. AKF founding board member Dr. John Woolcock was honoured, with wonderful ... read more
This morning our CEO, Deborah Tabart OAM was interviewed by Steve Austin on 612 ABC Brisbane, about the recent listing of the Koala as vulnerable in QLD. "I see no political will, only political ... read more
The Australian Koala Foundation (AKF) has today labelled the Queensland Government’s recent decision to list the Koala as a vulnerable species under the Nature Conservation Act a political stunt. ' ... read more
The Australian Koala Foundation (AKF) is condemning the Victorian Government’s announcement that further Koala culls may be imminent in the Cape Otway region in Victoria. Read Deborah's Diary here. ... read more
Since most of us Aussies learn about Koalas at school - and some of us are even lucky enough to see them in the wild – it can be easy to take their uniqueness for granted. (Their numbers are ... read more
Congratulations Kate and William on the safe delivery of your new little girl! The beautiful new princess is only a day old, but today the AKF is busy preparing a gift fit for a royal to send all the ... read more
Do you often feel powerless about how you can help save the Koala and the environment? Every single thing we do as an individual is important, so why not try making a few simple changes in your daily ... read more
What great news – volunteers will be planting Koala food trees in Bongil Bongil National Park just south of Coffs Harbour in New South Wales. They will be “tree parents”. What a great concept! Not ... read more