Destination Conservation Experience Overview
Help protect and create habitat for threatened koalas.
Lacey’s Creek is nestled in the stunning Sunshine Coast Hinterland 100km north of Brisbane. Its mix of open eucalypt woodlands, scribbly gum forests and subtropical rainforests harbour over 800 plant species and endemic wildlife including wallabies, kangaroos, possums, cockatoos and Australia’s most iconic species, the koala.
We will be helping to create and protect critical habitat for koalas on this 50 hectare property in Lacey’s Creek and volunteers will get a full authentic Australian experience by sleeping in a small “yurt” on the property. Join us for this off the beaten track adventure and experience the magic of the Australian bush while making a meaningful contribution to koala conservation.
- Visit to Moggil Koala Hospital and Lone Pine Sanctuary for koala encounters and to learn about koala ecology and conservation
- Protect and create critical koala habitat through weed removal and tree planting activities
- Night time spotlighting to find wildlife including koalas, gliders, possums and wallabies
- Stargazing and traditional Aussie camp cook up
- Explore the stunning Mt Mee section of D’Aguilar National Park for a picnic lunch and visit Rocky Hole swimming hole
Duration: 5 days / 4 nights
Meeting Location: 8.00am, CVA Office at 333 Bennetts Road, Norman Park, Brisbane
Return time: 4 pm Brisbane City
Price: $860 per person