You may even want to write down a few phone numbers of wildlife carers and put them in the glove box of your car so you have them on hand if you ever need them.
“Koalas eat eucalyptus and some non-eucalyptus leaves. They have local and seasonal preferences toward different plant species.
“If you can plant some eucalypts to help out your local Koalas, it might be a good idea to contact your nearest national park office, council or native nursery to ask which eucalypts Koalas in your area will eat from,” Ms Bradshaw said.
“Koalas are an Australian icon. Just by taking a few precautions and being more aware of the dangers to Koalas near our homes, we can help save many Koalas and ensure that these gorgeous animals will be around for future generations to enjoy too,” she added.