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Help us continue to plant eucalypt trees in our Plantations.
Sick and injured koalas recovering in hospital can be very fussy eaters and each koala has their preferred gum species. The gum cutters and veterinary nurses need to select a variety of gum types every day to keep the hospital patients happy. The Wildlife Hospital now treats nearly 600 wild koalas every year, so the demand for trees is increasing!
Please help us continue the treatment and care of these Aussie icons. Donate to our Tree to Me Program today. For as little as $10, you can help us continue to plant eucalypt trees in our Plantations.
Save a Koala, Buy a Tree
It takes 1,000 gum trees to feed just one Koala for one year.
We have four Koala fodder plantations that contain around 38,000 gum trees in total.
Due to constant harvesting these trees have a limited lifespan.
It is important that we continue to plant enough trees to sustain this food source for our Koalas.
Buy a $10 Tree