The State Government has been developing a koala conservation strategy for several years in response to the alarming decline in koala numbers over past decades. This is mainly due to loss of habitat, 74% since 1967, vehicle strikes, dog attacks and disease. A Expert panel examined the situation and provided the Government with a number of recommendations to respond to this situation. The Government has accepted all of the recommendations and the Strategy and mapping is the first of several actions to address the situation
Koalas In Crisis
Koala populations in South East Queensland and Northern NSW, already listed as ‘vulnerable,’ are in real danger of collapse. WHAT ELSE CAN YOU DO?