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Bushfires Devastate Vital Koala Habitat

Impact on wildlife, koalas in particular, has been catastrophic

Concern about ongoing fire impact on koalas

Koala experts are concerned the extreme fire conditions could impact koala populations west of Wauchope and at Dunbogan.

Koala Hospital names two fire-affected koalas after Anwen and Elsie Pullen

An act of kindness has been reciprocated amid the efforts to care for koalas injured in a bushfire

Bush Fire Rescues

We are hopeful for the koalas we’ve rescued to date – a boy and girl on Saturday, another boy and girl Sunday and a mum and joey today.

25,000 FREE Koala Food Trees

25,000 FREE Koala Food Trees
Register your interest now for FREE Koala food trees

National Tree Day

25,000 Koala Food Trees Program 2019
Register your interest now for FREE Koala food trees
A National Tree Day initiative

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

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