Homes for koalas

The Koala (Phascolarctos cinereus) was once common and widespread throughout the eucalypt woodlands and forests of eastern Australia. 

Yet despite their iconic status a number of factors – including habitat clearing, hunting, natural disasters and disease – led to a substantial population and distribution decline post European settlement. 

In New South Wales, Queensland and the ACT, koalas are now listed as vulnerable to extinction with many populations persisting in fragmented and isolated habitats, and are increasingly threatened by further habitat loss, modification and fragmentation; vehicle collisions; dog attacks; disease; prescribed burns and wildfires; droughts and heatwaves; and climate change. 

  

Our Koala Work

Watch this short film about our work in New South Wales for koalas: 

  

CVA Action for Koalas in the News 

  

Every Home Is Worth Protecting 

We’re working with NRMA Insurance to protect and restore Koala Habitat across Queensland and New South Wales. 

You can see their Koala hub here, and be sure to watch the video below which introduces NRMA Insurance’s commitment to protecting and restoring Koala homes. 

 

You can also watch this trailer for our work together here: 

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Get Involved

We’re here to make it easy to take action for nature across Australia, and we would love your help. Check out the ways that you can get involved in your local area.