- Restoration and rehabilitation of habitat
- Monitoring and evaluation of pest species and threats
- Monitoring and evaluation of the koala
- Community engagement through education and participation in citizen science
Regeneration works using the Bradley method of restoration will be undertaken on site. Our team are clearing woody weeds to encourage native recruitment & planting 2000 trees.
Threat & Pest Monitoring
Pests and threats are being monitored with 8 strategically placed wildlife trail cameras.
We’re partnering with UniSC’s Detection Dogs for Conservation to conduct koala scat & presence surveys, and using our thermal drone imaging to detect koalas.
Report a Koala Sighting
Everyone can play a role in koala conservation by getting out into nature to learn more about koala populations in your local area. Reporting koala sightings can help to monitor populations over time and inform conservation planning and action at local, state and national levels.
A guide for Coastal South East Queensland, Department of Environment and Heritage Protection