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Warialda Workshop

The Australian Koala Foundation is excited to invite you to help Save the Koalas of the Gwydir Shire About the Warialda Workshop AKF is hosting a FREE two-day workshop in Warialda, NSW, which will identify what is needed to protect Koala habitats and ensure Koala...

Carbon Capacity of Koala Forests

Koala trees remain our best chance at beating climate change. Australia’s Koala forests make up around 20% of Australia’s total landmass and are sacred ‘carbon vaults’. Not only do they reduce Australia’s overall emissions by absorbing and storing carbon, they are...

Koala Kiss Project

A New Vision for the KoalaImagine if...   Koala habitat 'Kiss Points' were fully mapped across the landscape. & Landholders had incentives to plant Koala forests that link fragmented habitats. If we achieve contiguous habitat across the entire range of the...

Bean

Koala Woman Says This electorate covers Namadgi National Park where there was a confirmed Koala sighting in 2018, but half of this electorate was burnt in the 2019-2020 fire so unfortunately it’s likely that the only Koalas left are the few in Tidbinbilla Nature...

Quinlans

Quinlan’s is a 40-hectare property of bush at Gheerulla (near Kenilworth), inland from Queensland’s Sunshine Coast. The property was named in honour of Peter and Julanne Quinlan, the couple who bequeathed it to the AKF. Deborah (AKF Chair) took on the ambitious task...

Little Oakey

Little Oakey is a 553 acre (223 hectare) undeveloped rural property east south east of Crows Nest, in South East Queensland. It was gifted to the Australian Koala Foundation (AKF) in late 2019. The property is predominantly vegetated with remnant eucalypt forest and...

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Support the Koala Protection Act

Members of the Koala Army have written to all 128 Federal members whose electorates are in the former range of the Koala asking them to support the Koala Protection Act. Politicians need to hear from the public. Add your voice as a proud member of the Koala Army. More...

Why we need a Koala Protection Act

Click on the image to read the case for a Koala Protection Act If you want to help and support the Koala Protection Act, Click here   Read the individual briefs The Environmental Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act is failing to protect Koalas Urban...

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