A Voice for Koalas in the Redlands

The Koala Action Group Qld (KAG) is a community group working to help koalas in our unique Redland environment.

Become a member of the Koala Action Group Qld and you will be kept up to date with the current issues affecting the future of Redland’s koalas and receive a regular newsletter.

If you would like more information on koalas or how to make your property wildlife friendly phone KAG on 07 3823 5575

From Our Facebook Page

2 days ago

We had a wonderful day on Saturday celebrating Xmas and a productive 2017 with our members 🌲

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5 days ago
Redland City Bulletin

Community poll finds against Toondah Harbour Proposal

Poll pundits not keen on Toondah Harbour plans.

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1 week ago
Help Save our Toondah Koalas

One of the Toondah koala mums with her joey this afternoon in the Family Tree, Shore Street East. Photographed by Chris Walker.

One of the Toondah koala mums with her joey this afternoon in the Family Tree, Shore Street East.

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Without consultation and no obvious reason, Council felled several mature trees in Redland Water car park in Middle St on the weekend.
The fact that numerous koalas are known to live in the area ... See more

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TODAY

It is an absolute tragedy!

In some sad news, in what's being described as a "national tragedy" more than 5000 koalas have been killed in the past four years because of tree clearing. #9Today

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1 month ago
Help Save our Toondah Koalas

Today, Toondah koala Airlie was inside the fenced construction site at the corner of Wharf St and Shore Street East. She was in one of the two eucalyptus trees left after most trees were cleared from ... See more

Today, Toondah koala Airlie was inside the fenced construction site at the corner of Wharf St and Shore Street East. She was in one of the two eucalyptus trees left after most trees were cleared from ... See more

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Koala Tree Planting

Sunday, 5th November 2017
8.40am
Tree Planting along Tarradarrapin Creek, Birkdale. Enter at end of Lachlan St off Collingwood Rd. UBD reference Map 184 L3.
All are welcome and holes are already ... See more

Sunday, 5th November 2017
8.40am
Tree Planting along Tarradarrapin Creek, Birkdale. Enter at end of Lachlan St off Collingwood Rd. UBD reference Map 184 L3.
All are welcome and holes are already ... See more

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Koala Action Group

Tell us about your koala sightings this weekend.

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Koala Action Group

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Help Save our Toondah Koalas

Toondah koala boy hanging around in the Family Tree yesterday morning. Three koala mums in the tracking program (Airlie, Kacey and Scout) were also at the corner of Shore Street East and Wharf ... See more

Toondah koala boy hanging around in the Family Tree yesterday morning. Three koala mums in the tracking program (Airlie, Kacey and Scout) were also at the corner of Shore Street East and Wharf ... See more

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Latest News

November 24, 2017 in News

The injuries tend to be fairly horrific – ABC

By George Roberts for the National Reporting Team Updated 6 December 2017   ‘The injuries tend to be fairly horrific’ PHOTO: Dr Jon Hanger…

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October 21, 2017 in News

Redland council will review urban tree strategy after footpath koala trees were cleared – RCB

Brian Williams         20 Oct 2017, 11 a.m. COUNCIL will review its policies on urban footpath tree plantings after concerns were raised…

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October 11, 2017 in News

Call for residents to help create wildlife corridors as animals start returning to Brisbane bushland – ABC

ABC Radio Brisbane By Eliza Buzacott-Speer and Terri Begley PHOTO: Michael Fox wants 10 per cent of buildings to provide water, food and shelter. (Supplied:…

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September 1, 2017 in News

Koala breeding season in the Redlands is under way – Redland City Bulletin

1 Sep 2017, 10 a.m. It’s breeding season and 18-month-old Saxon the male koala is on the move, often crossing roads….

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