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Koala Hospital DVD

Koala Hospital is a one hour TV documentary that presents the poignant and surprising life of koalas.

Conservation Foundation

We are in the process of purchasing a property for conservation and to harvest leaf for our hospitalised koalas.  The 230 acre property is just 10km from the Koala Hospital.

Thanks for the donation, an acre of this property will be named after:
Claire Struthers, Tumbi Umbi, NSW $2,000
Mabel Pot, Potts Point, NSW $2,500
Nitzan Mekel-Bobrov, California, USA $2,000

2014 Certificate of Excellence

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Latest News

The Imogen Struthers Koala Acre
Claire and Imogen Struthers, both very Passionate Animal Warriors, have generously donated $2,000 to the Koala Hospital to help provide the necessary food for the koalas.
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Koala Hospital Open Day
The Koala Hospital had its annual Open Day on Easter Saturday, 19th April 2014.
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John Williamson backs koala trail
IT would have seemed almost criminal not to have Port Macquarie Koala Hospital patron John Williamson involved in the Hello Koalas Public Sculpture Trail which becomes a reality this September.
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Rare insight into our koala habitats
Extensive research: “We have the biggest population of coastal koalas in Australia and the world,” said Port Macquarie Koala Hospital supervisor Cheyne Flanagan.
Focus Magazine talks to ‘Hello Koalas’ Project Manager Linda Hall
Hello Koalas is an exciting new local initiative that will bring national and international attention to our very own official Koala Sculpture Trail
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Hospital staff full of praise
A KOALA hero hadn’t exactly planned on getting his leg broken when he stopped to offer assistance to a young marsupial.
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