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MARIA RIVER EUCALYPTUS PLANTATION

The purchase of a significant parcel of land 94 Hectares 232 Acres on the North Shore of Port Macquarie will enhance the supply of eucalyptus leaf for hospitalised and koalas in care.

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

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

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.

The Imogen Struthers Koala Acre

Claire and Imogen Struthers, both very Passionate Animal Warriors, have generously donated $2,000 to the Koala Hospital to help provide the necessary food for the koalas.

Rare insight into our koala habitats

Extensive research: “We have the biggest population of coastal koalas in Australia and the world,” said Port Macquarie Koala Hospital supervisor Cheyne Flanagan.

New York City premiere of the Documentary ‘Koala Hospital’

The Koala Hospital highlights the many perils facing koalas, including climate change due to record fires across Australia

Feeling Warm and Fuzzy

An article in the Sun Herald March 10, 2013 by Nina Karnikowski Travel Writer

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