Environment Levy funding supports the implementation of the Sunshine Coast Koala Conservation Plan.
The plan covers a range of actions including better understanding where koalas live on the Sunshine Coast, their health and genetic diversity.
Actions undertaken during 2018-2019 include:
- planting of 500 food trees through various events in the Witta/Reesville areas
- completion of a project focusing on understanding the characteristics of Sunshine Coast koala populations including locations and genetic diversity
- ongoing tracking and health monitoring of koalas in the Maroochy Bushland Botanic Garden and Reesville.
View the Environment Levy Annual Report to find out more.
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