Adopt a tree and make a difference!
Without eucalyptus trees, koalas will become extinct
Many of the remaining belts of eucalypts along traditional koala routes have become severely fragmented because of deforestation, climate change, and other factors.
Eucalyptus–the koalas only food source, is harder to find and the koala population is declining rapidly.
A koala searching for food must spend more time on the ground where they are more susceptible to dangers such as disease, dog attacks and motor vehicle accidents.
Help save koalas and their habitat by adopting a tree!
Friends of the Koala’s conservation efforts aim to maintain and restore koala habitats, focusing on increasing the abundance and diversity of eucalyptus trees. We are one of very few organisations that physically grow and plant trees in the Northern Rivers and distribute over 110,000 trees each year.
When you adopt a tree, you are restoring the koala’s natural habitat and helping to conserve the koala population. Besides helping our furry friends, you are also positively impacting the environment, reducing your carbon footprint and promoting sustainability!
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"Delighted to announce that we have partnered with Friends of the Koala to contribute to their tree planting mission and care for sick and injured koalas. For every product sold we plant one native Australian tree."
- Koala Cure