Gum Tips June 2018

Our Koalas on TV

Dr Harry’s Koala Hospital segment on Better Homes & Garden aired Friday 18th May 2018 on Channel 7 & Prime

Adopt a Wild Koala

What could be better as a last minute gift for your family or friends than an adoption of our favourite koala Mum – Oxley Kaylee or her beautiful daughter – Oxley Twinkles?

Visit a Koala

Enjoy a guided tour where a Volunteer Tour Guide introduces you to our permanent care Koalas and provides interesting information.

National Tree Day

25,000 Koala Food Trees Program 2019

Register your interest now for FREE Koala food trees

A National Tree Day initiative

Hello Koalas

Hello Koalas Sculpture Trail is here to stay!

The Trail will continue as a longterm attraction for NSW, supported by the Port Macquarie Koala Hospital

Latest News

Exciting Plantation News
Exciting news! The Maria River Plantation is nearing its first harvesting in mid September.
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National Tree Day
25,000 Koala Food Trees Program 2019 Register your interest now for FREE Koala food trees A National Tree Day initiative
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Port Macquarie Koala Hospital update
As well as rescuing, rehabilitating and releasing wild koalas, scientific research is an important component of the Koala Hospital. We are collaborators on, and collect samples for, numerous research projects for University Sydney, Federation University, Murdoch University, University of Sunshine Coast and the Centre for Wildlife Genomics at the Australian Museum.
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MARIA RIVER PLANTATION
The 60hp tractor was certainly the correct buy. I have slashed over 20 hours with some heavy work involved. Thanks to everybody supporting the decision to purchase this size tractor.
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Work Experience!!
In mid March the Koala Hospital hosted two prison officers from the Wildlife Care Centre at the Outer Metropolitan Multi Purpose Correctional Centre, Sydney for a seven day "work experience" program
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Plantation & Conservation Site
The Maria River Project continues to progress apace. With 2 rows of Eucalyptus robusta (swamp-mahogany) and one each of Eucalyptus tereticornis (forest red gum) and Eucalyptus nicholli (narrow-leaved black peppermint).
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