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Adopt a Koala & Help Protect these Aussie Icons

In southeast Queensland and New South Wales, koalas are losing their home and their lives. Across Queensland's Koala Coast, the tree-clearing has become so severe that more than 80% of its koalas have now been lost. If we don't act to protect them now, koalas could disappear from Australia's east coast in a matter of decades.

Adopt a koala today and help ensure these adorable Aussie icons are here to stay. Your gift could help plant new trees for koalas to live in and care for sick and injured koalas in southeast Queensland, as well as support efforts to urge our governments to stop excessive tree-clearing, protecting wildlife for the long-term.

It also makes the perfect gift - the special adoption kit includes a cuddly koala plush toy, koala fact book, adoption certificate, tote bag, Living Planet magazine, and WWF sticker.

Donations of $2 or more to WWF-Australia are tax-deductible. For your convenience we will send you one receipt at the end of financial year, for the total amount of your tax-deductible donations. If your adoption includes a plush toy, the $15 cost for the toy is not tax-deductible.

Photo credit: © Shutterstock / GunnerL /WWF 

  • Could help provide bandages and medicine for an injured koala
  • Could help prepare a koala to be released back into the wild
  • Could help plant a corridor of trees between threatened koala habitats
  • Could support efforts to urge our governments to stop excessive tree-clearing that destroys koala habitats, to protect wildlife for the long-term
  • click here to enter an amount to the right-hand form.


Why do I support WWF? Because they make a difference. Individually we have limited reach and power, but as a group we have much more - with WWF we can change things in the world because we are pulling together. Thank goodness for movements like WWF.

Michele Hannam Short

WWF Supporter since 1997