National Koala Conservation and Management Strategy 2009-2014 – Department of the Environment, Water, Heritage and the Arts, Canberra.

Review of progress in implementing the 1998 National Koala Conservation Strategy – Department of the Environment, Water, Heritage and the Arts, September 2008.

Environment Protection and Biodiversity Convservation Act 2013 FAQ and Details - Department of Sustainability, Environment, Water, Population and Communities.

Environmental Offsets Regulation 2014 – Queensland Government

NSW Koala Recovery Plan – Department of Environment and Climate Change, 2008.

Nomination to list the koala as vulnerable – Australian Koala Foundation, 2004.

Koala Policy and Implementation Strategy – Redlands City Council, Queensland, 2008.



South East Queensland Koala Conservation State Planning Regulatory Provisions (SPRP) – Queensland Government

Amendment to the Koala SPRP – Queensland Government.

State Environmental Planning Policy No 44 – New South Wales Government.

International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) Redbook Koala Listing

Koala Ecology – Biolink

Port Stephens Comprehensive Koala Plan of Management

Koala Beach Koala Management Plan – Australian Koala Foundation

Koalas @ National Library Of Australia TROVE Archive





Koala: a historical biography, by Ann Moyal, Michael Organ, 2008

Koala: Origins of an Icon, by Stephen Jackson, 2007

The Koala Book, by Ann Sharp, 1995

Koalas: Australia’s Ancient Ones, by Ken Phillips, 1994

The Koala: Natural History, Conservation and Management, by Roger William Martin and Kathrine Ann Handayde, 1999

The Koala: A Natural History, by Anthony Lee, Roger Martin, 1988

The Official Koala Handbook, by Simon Hunter, 1988

The Call of the Koala, by Ambrose Pratt, 1937



Australian Koala Foundation

Dreamworld Wildlife Projects

Friends of the Koala

Koala Diaries

Koalas in Care


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