Noosa National Park Koalas Get a Boost


Aggie was in care for 3 months before her release into Noosa National Park on the 29th March. A collaborative effort with RSPCA and Australia Zoo led to a successful treatment.

Click Here to Watch Aggies Release


Her release went well and she was vaccinated for chlamydia through Queensland University of Technology. We are hopeful that she will lead a long and healthy life!


...and what a view for our lovely lady. Perhaps she will tell her friends about the humans that helped her and we can continue to treat the disease in the National Park to provide a better future for the koalas that delight many from around the globe!

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  • serina levis
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  • Lucia Tjea
    What can i do? I adopted one in the wild with AkF .what else i can do i really want to help