Plant 5 trees in the koala corridor in new south wales. Our children deserve the opportunity to see koalas in the wild. plant eucalyptus save koalas

Koala Extinction in New South Wales by 2050.

In the past 2 years, 17.8 million hectares of Koala habitat has been destroyed.

The size of France.

Our community is dedicated to putting eucalyptus trees back in the ground.

We want to make it easy for Koala lovers to make a difference from anywhere in the world.

We offer peace of mind, promising 5 trees will be planted with every purchase. Now that is something to feel good about!

Donations will be made to Bangalow Koalas on the last day of every month. Join up to our newsletter for updates on donations, planting and inspiring Koala stories.

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5 QUICK & EASY ways Australians can stop Koala extinction TODAY!!

5 QUICK & EASY ways Australians can stop Koala extinction TODAY!!

How can Australians help save our precious Koalas?
 
Below are 5 quick and easy ways to help maintain Koala habitats and support population growth.

3. Plant a Koala eucalyptus tree. Due to bushfires, urbanisation and deforestation, millions of hectares of Koala habitat has been destroyed. Bangalow Koalas are a non-profit in northern New South Wales. They have planted over 145,000 trees to create a safe 'Koala corridor' of eucalyptus trees. The trees are planted strategically on 45 private properties.

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The 99th Koala - Kailas Wild

The 99th Koala - Kailas Wild

In last summer’s devastating fires, Kangaroo Island lost half of its koala population, with many more left injured and starving. This is the inspiring and sometimes confronting story of someone who went to help and ended up a koala dad.
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A veterinarians passion for Koalas - Dr Claire Madden

A veterinarians passion for Koalas - Dr Claire Madden

Aside from the fact that they are so damn cute, they are pivotal to our ecosystems, they are an Australian icon and more importantly, no Australian animal should go extinct under our watchWith the recent bushfires we have experienced earlier this year, it has become evident more than ever that the koala is undoubtedly an Australian icon that is recognised around the world.
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