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Did you know it takes up to 1,000 gum trees to feed just one Koala for a year?

With over 50 Koalas at Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary, and the hundreds more that come through Currumbin Wildlife Hospital yearly, these trees are in high demand. Our four Koala fodder plantations contain around 38,000 eucalypt trees. These trees however have a limited lifespan due to constant harvesting.

It's important that we continue to plant enough trees to ensure there is a food source available for Koalas in the future. For as little as $10, you can help support the future generation of Koalas.

Buy a Tree


Name a row of trees

For a $1000 donation, you can dedicate a row of trees to a special someone. Your generous donation will go towards supporting Koala conservation.

Name a Row of Trees


Volunteer Tree Planting

Looking for a way to give back to the community? Join us for a company team day at one of our eucalypt plantations. Volunteer your time to plant trees and help support the future generation of Koalas.

Please click the button below and fill in the form to express your interest for a volunteer tree planting day.

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