The koala is one of Australia's most loved and iconic animals, but they need your help.
The Federal Environment Minister has listed the koala as a threatened species in Queensland, New South Wales and the Australian Capital Territory under national environment law, and the koala is listed as a vulnerable species under State environmental legislation in Queensland. Across Queensland, koala numbers continue to decline as a result of habitat loss and increasing threats such as dog attacks, road fatalities and disease.
Discover more about the local koala population and learn how you can take simple measures to support koala conservation on the Gold Coast.
Discover more about the koala's lifecycle, habitat, food and landscape ecology.
Learn more about the koala population in Gold Coast, South East Queensland and Australia.
As urban expansion continues, koalas face ever-increasing threats to their survival. Learn more about the threats faced by koalas.
There are simple things you can do to help ensure the future of koalas on the Gold Coast.
Review information on koala biology, ecology and conservation planning.
The Koala Conservation Education Program aims to provide opportunity for local school students to develop their knowledge and understanding of koalas.