Oxley

Koala Woman Says

 

There were a couple of hundred Koalas south of Goodna in a large patch of bush up until about 2000, however this is being eaten away by large residential developments (for example Augustine Heights) so now there only appears to be about 30 or so. There were some near Jindalee up until about 20 years ago, and there might still be a few around Heathwood on Oxley Creek.

I think this is probably an accurate assessment and various Queensland Governments stand condemned for allowing a large population to be whittled away to this unsustainable number. We are looking at imminent extinction.


Member for Oxley

The Hon Milton Dick MP
Australian Labor Party
[email protected]
PO Box 4042 Forest Lake
QLD 4078

Will he Act or Axe?


Koala Numbers

Estimated AKF Koala Population: 30-60

Estimated Koala Habitat left: 17.6%

Estimated Federal Government Population: No data. No opinion.

Listed as vulnerable to extinction under the EPBC Act (May 2012)