Our Future

Koala repopulation project kicks off on the South Coast

By Staff Reporters
Updated December 13 2023 - 12:11pm, first published 2:43pm
Joslyn van der Moolen from The Coastwatchers Association, Meg Clery from Foresty Corporation NSW, Keith Joliffe from The Coastwatchers Association, Gilmore MP Fiona Phillips and John McGrath from Higgins Creek Farm in Cockwhy on December 6. Picture supplied
Joslyn van der Moolen from The Coastwatchers Association, Meg Clery from Foresty Corporation NSW, Keith Joliffe from The Coastwatchers Association, Gilmore MP Fiona Phillips and John McGrath from Higgins Creek Farm in Cockwhy on December 6. Picture supplied

Thousands of trees will be planted across the South Coast to help grow koala populations and create safe habitats for the endangered marsupial.

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