Partnering together to help protect and restore the homes of koalas

The koala is the quintessential Australian animal, however sadly this iconic species is facing a crisis. Last year the koala on Australia’s east coast were officially listed as an endangered species, after dramatic population decline. Habitat destruction, climate change and extreme weather events including bushfires and floods have had a significant impact on koalas. Nature needs your help more than ever. Your support will help protect koalas from the threats pushing them to extinction.

Please make a tax deductible gift today to help protect and restore koala habitat and to protect koalas against disease.

WWF-Australia joins a community tree planting event at Cook Reserve Ruse, Campelltown, May 2019


Could help fund tree planting efforts providing koalas with both a home and food

Koala release in Emmaville NSW


could help vaccinate vulnerable koalas against diseases like deadly Chlamydia.

Koala valentines wildcard


Could create safe wildlife habitat corridors linking important koala populations.

Eucalypt forest in dry bed of Flaggy Creek, north of Coonabarabran, NSW


Could help provide ongoing support to allow the regenerated habitat to flourish.

With thanks

WWF & Australia Post logos

WWF and Australia Post are proud to be working together to help turn this tragedy around by supporting conservation work that will help restore and protect the habitats koalas call home. Australia Post's support will help extend the reach and impact of WWF-Australia’s work and raise awareness of the threats facing koalas. You can also support us by donating at your local participating Post Office.