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Koalas and Corridors

Election season announcements by either political party is not a guarantee for our koalas.

When the Koalas are gone, they're gone for ever. Act now to save them. Curtail urban development in and around their colonies.

Chlamydia free and the largest recovering Koala population in the Sydney Basin, the NSW government must stop approving the loss of Koala habitat and corridors in Macarthur, Airds, Campbelltown, Appin and Wilton, Wollondilly, and The Southern Highlands.
Please Sign - If you believe that the Macarthur Land Release should be put on hold until a full and thorough koala strategy is developed for the entire south west region; from Liverpool through Wollondilly and down to Wingecaribee.

The Cumberland Plain Conservation Plan must apply the Chief Scientist’s Campbelltown Koala Advice (2020) - min. 450m wide koala corridors, keep EPBC oversight of biobanks and set up an independent Koala Recovery Team to approve Koala management plans. We ask the Legislative Assembly to:

1.     Declare an Upper Georges River Koala National Park,

2.     Stop the rezoning of Stage 2 of the Gilead development and review the approval of Stage 1,

3.     Build five effective Koala crossings on Appin Road and,

4.     Implement minimum 450m wide Koala corridors across the rivers and creeks of Macarthur The ePetition received 20977 signatures and has been sent to the NSW Government for a response.

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