Koala Habitat Project


Photo Christine Bull

The Sunshine Coast Hinterland provides valuable habitat for koalas but the habitat requires protection and expansion. It is recognised through on-ground surveys that there is still a healthy and relatively abundant population of local koalas to save. Nature has no voice and way to protect itself. The future of local koalas is in our hands. We need to grow and expand good quality habitat in strategic locations.​

Hinterland Bush Links is proud to be leading a Hinterland Koala Habitat Project aimed to protect, restore, and increase koala habitat on the Sunshine Coast Hinterland.

Koalas were listed as “Endangered” under the Environment Protection and Conservation Protection Act in February 2022.

Through our Roving Restorer program and with the financial support of Koala Action Inc and Queensland Koala Crusaders Inc, we will revegetate crucial koala habitat in science-based koala corridors.

We need urgent funds to grow and expand the work we are doing on the Hinterland Koala Habitat Project.