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QKC Newsletter March 2024

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Welcome to our first newsletter for 2024!

It's very fitting that this week saw the UN International Day of Forests and National Harmony Day here in Australia.

Both these days have significant meaning for all of us here at QKC. With our forests being home to our beloved koala and as we strive to promote and educate about living in harmony with koalas and their wildlife friends throughout Australia.

The newsletter has a new look and feel that we hope you enjoy. As always it is full of fun and exciting news and events along with various ways in which you can raise your voice for koalas.

Malani's Koala Adventures

We’re back, with some exciting adventures to share.

After an initial disheartening start to our koala adventure, I have finally spotted my very first koala in the wild!


Fundraising News

We've had some exciting fundraising news from the summer with the Noosa Beer campaign quenching many a thirst and providing much needed funds for QKC. 

And the Kanu Kapers carbon offset campaign has raised over $5,000 so far to fund the planting of precious koala habitat.


Volunteer with us

We are recruiting volunteers across our team here in South East Queensland!

This year our theme is “Engaging Communities” and we are ramping up our impact. Our volunteer roles are an amazing opportunity to give back to community and the planet, only sparing 2/4 hours a week.




Check out our a list of all the upcoming events.

Take a look and if there are any that are of interest then please RSVP and we look forward to seeing you soon.



Become a Koala Habitat Hero

Enhance Your Property and Save Koalas with Koala Food Trees

Make a positive impact on the world around you by fostering a habitat that supports the unique needs of koalas and contributes to the overall health of your local ecosystem.

Get in touch and join us today!


AI for Koalas

Queensland Koala Crusaders has embarked on a Community-facilitated, large-scale AI-powered koala road safety monitoring project in partnership with Griffith University and a number of other southeast Queensland Koala conservation groups.


Young Achievers Award Nomination

Kurt Jones a QKC Committee member nominated for Spirit Super Connecting Communities Award

Kurt is creating lasting change for the wellbeing of both people and the planet.

At just 20 years old, Kurt has spearheaded Co-Exist Australia, a non-profit that empowers youth to lead environmental conservation efforts.


Koala News

All the koala news from across the country. Check out all the various events, campaigns and other news relating to koalas from Victoria to Queensland.