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 In mid December last year the Koala Hospital had a surprise visitor named Stacey Jones……

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Koala Hospital DVD

Koala Hospital is a one hour TV documentary that presents the poignant and surprising life of koalas
Available in NTSC or PAL
One of the best docos you will ever see.
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Hello Koalas Project

Hello Koalas have arrived at the Greater Port Macquarie. Fifty large scale koala sculptures, manufactured in fibreglass dot the landscape from the mountains to the sea to create an official Hello Koalas Public Sculpture Trail

KPS Leaf Plantation achieved

Finalisation of the Maria River land purchase on December 9 provides a large area for a koala food tree plantation and a significant conservation area

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Westhaven Barry was much loved
Westhaven Barry the much loved little male koala who came to us in 2008 was gently sent to the "Great Gumtree in the Sky" on 2/7/15.
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Newspaper Report Correction
Koalas often suffer severe burns injuries to their hands and feet. Often these injuries are so severe, that once they have healed, they are unable to climb tree and are not releasable back into the wild
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Visitor from Chen Chen near Shanghai
He told us he had flown to Taiwan, and cycled there, and then to NZ, and cycled Christchurch to Auckland. Then flew to the Gold Coast, and was on his way via Sydney, to Melbourne!
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Koala books presented to Lake Cathie Public School
Member for Port Macquarie Ms Leslie Williams with Geoff Best, Secretary of the Koala Preservation Society holding ten copies of the book ‘Koala’ which will be presented to the Lake Cathie Public School for the school library
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KPS Leaf Plantation and Conservation area achieved
Finalisation of the Maria River land purchase on December 9 provides a large area for a koala food tree plantation and a significant conservation area.
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7 year old Elijah supports the Koala Hospital
Elijah has been doing odd jobs and collecting cans to raise money for the Koala Hospital
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