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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

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).

GumTips in French

My name is Denis and I live in Nice, South of France and I am, like many people across the globe, a true koala-lover.
Couple of weeks ago, I discovered your website by chance and I must confess that I was really moved by my reading of your newsletters.

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.

Koala Alliance will work to secure animal’s future

AN alliance devoted to the survival of Australia’s remaining koala populations will be launched on Monday

Animal justice campaigner Mark Pearson impressed by Koala Hospital’s work

ANIMAL Justice Party MLC Mark Pearson has praised the work of the Port Macquarie Koala Hospital.

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.

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

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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