A Voice for Koalas in the Redlands

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

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

KAG has joined an alliance of environmental organisations including EDO, WWF, The Wilderness Society, Qld Conservation Council and many other community groups.

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

1 year ago
Toondah Koala Tracking

Read the latest update on our Toondah Koalas here:

The Toondah Harbour tracking data results from two separate processes. The first process involves the koala location and other data being collected from a transmitter attached to a collar (called the ... See more

1 year ago
Media Releases - Noosa Shire Council

It is great to see a council serious about habitat protection.

Noosa Council's media releases, press releases, latest news, newsdesk, media.

1 year ago
Redland City Bulletin

An update on our beautiful Scout. A veterinarian found that Scout was killed from a strike that likely hit the tree she was in.

A veterinarian found that Scout was killed from a strike that likely hit the tree she was in.

1 year ago
Help Save our Toondah Koalas

Is Redland City Council doing enough to retain a viable koala population in the Redlands?

Koala conservation strategy and actions are on the agenda for Redland City Council's general meeting ... See more

Is Redland City Council doing enough to retain a viable koala population in the Redlands?

Koala conservation strategy and actions are on the agenda for Redland City Council's general meeting ... See more

1 year ago

We regretfully report that ‘Scout’, one of our Toondah tracked koalas died early on Tuesday morning after sustaining a significant injury to her left leg. The injury is believed to have occurred ... See more

1 year ago
Help Save our Toondah Koalas

Toondah koala resting in Nandeebie Park this morning.

Toondah koala resting in Nandeebie Park this morning.

1 year ago
Eucalypts: 10 things you may not know about an iconic Australian

Happy Australia Day, a day to celebrate our iconic Flora and Fauna.

Eucalypts dominate our landscapes from the bush to our backyards, paddocks, parks and pavements. But how much do you really know about them

1 year ago
IndigiScapes

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Redlands Wildlife Rescue urgently need more wildlife ambulance volunteers.

Volunteers must be 18 years or older, hold a current drivers licence, reside in the Redlands and ... See more

***Please share***

Redlands Wildlife Rescue urgently need more wildlife ambulance volunteers.

Volunteers must be 18 years or older, hold a current drivers licence, reside in the Redlands and ... See more

1 year ago
Julie

Wildlife Qld Cicada Awards is calling any YOUTH (under 25) to enter a short film (less than 4 minutes) on any subject relating to wildlife/environmental challenges in SE Qld.

Benefits:
- LEARN NEW ... See more

Are your children or grandchildren getting bored over School Holidays?

Wildlife Qld Cicada Awards is calling any YOUTH (under 25) to enter a short film (less than 4 minutes) on any subject relating ... See more

1 year ago

Saxon was tracked yesterday afternoon and found sheltering in a shady spot along the bank of Ross Creek near the Island St end. Two other koalas were found in trees nearby plus eight more at ... See more

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