Koala Food Trees in the Clarence

Have you seen our Koala Food Trees in the Clarence flip book?

There are approximately 99 species of eucalypt that are found within the Clarence Valley, and over 600 species across Australia. Of the 99 local species, only a few are eaten by koalas, with 200 to 500 grams of leaves consumed per koala per day. Good quality koala habitat must be composed of preferred koala food trees as the dominant species, with a trunk diameter of greater than 30 cm in order to be palatable. We need your help to preserve koala food trees in the Clarence Valley. Planting more koala food trees will also help to supporting future koala populations. We hope that this guide will help you on that journey

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