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Volunteer to Improve Koala Habitat in Daisy Hill

Conservation Volunteers Australia
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Daisy Hill Conservation Park is part of the Koala Coordinated Conservation Bushland Area (KBCCA) which covers 1500ha of remnant bushland, making it one of the largest protected areas between Brisbane and the Gold Coast. The area provides critical habitat for wildlife such as wallabies, glossy black-cockatoos, greater gliders, echidnas, kookaburras and, of course, koalas! It is also one of south east Queensland’s most significant recreation hubs.

Come along for a morning of environmental action and help us to improve the KCCBA for all wildlife and provide a much-needed boost to koala conservation in South East Queensland.

As a team, we will be removing invasive weeds, especially Lantana, while taking time to learn about the natural environment in the process. Our efforts will focus on a particular area in Daisy Hill Conservation Park known to be home to koalas, so don’t forget to look up - you might spot one!

On each day, you will be guided by a friendly CVA team leader in a fun and welcoming environment - no experience is required.

At the end of the event, volunteers have the chance to visit the koalas at the dedicated koala education facility on site – the Daisy Hill Koala Centre. Admission is free.

IMPORTANT Registrations on our website are essential. You will receive a link to complete your registration and more information upon submitting your SEEK volunteer application.

This project is made possible with support from the Australian Government's Communities Environment Program and Queensland Parks and Wildlife Service & Partnerships.