The Vulnerable Species Management Team recently held a stall at the Currumbin Wildlife Hospital Open Day. It was great to see many wildlife enthusiasts turn up to find out what happens in the hospital and learn about wildlife, including koalas.
Free koala food trees were given away to those people that live on suitable properties. The trees were extra special as they were grown from seeds collected from trees across the Gold Coast known to be used by koalas.
The City of
Gold Coast works closely with Currumbin Wildlife Hospital in relation to koala
health, welfare and conservation. Head to www.savingyourwildlife.org.au/ to find out more about how Currumbin
Wildlife Hospital is saving Australia’s wildlife.