What’s New in New South Wales: More Koalas, More Places

Counting koalas for conservation

Blue Mountains Botanic Garden

The National Parks Association’s Great Koala Count (November 2013) has revealed that koalas are living in parts of Australia where they have never been seen before. They were spotted during the survey living in the upper Blue Mountains of NSW for the first time, as well as in unknown hot spots in the Southern Highlands, Port Stephens and Maitland.

Paul Fleming and friend.

Paul Fleming and friend.

Australia’s iconic animals aren’t the only ones making the sea change or visiting the Blue Mountains, if tourism attractions, park activities and new accommodation are any indication.

Koala at Currumbin Sanctuary

Koala at Currumbin Sanctuary

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