Koalas, Whats Not To Love?

The Southern Highlands is home to 3000 koalas and the Wingcarribee Shire Council are working with the community to make sure they are surviving and thriving into the future!

Southern Highlands Koala Conservation Project

So excited to show you this video! This is a 1-minute teaser of the short documentary about the project that will be screened at the Koala Info Night, next Monday 7th September 7.00pm, at the Empire Cinemas in Bowral. A reminder that tickets are free and can be picked up in person from the Empire Cinema 9.30am-9.30pm (but pop down there ASAP so you don't miss out!).We look forward to seeing everyone there for what looks set to be a fantastic night!

Posted by Southern Highlands Koala Conservation Project on Tuesday, 1 September 2015

There are many ways that you can contribute to saving our koalas at home, no matter where you live!
The Southern Highlands Koala Conservation Project was established in 2014 by Wingecarribee Shire Council in partnership with the NSW Office of Environment & Heritage to take what was the least understood koala colony in NSW at the time, and make it amongst the best understood koala colonies in the country.  MORE

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