$35,000 Hunter Water Donation
Hunter Water donates $35,000 to Port Stephens Koalas as it works toward hospital and tourism centre at One Mile
Mireya was successfully released on the weekend after treatment for minor injuries after a car accident and a course of antibiotics for a case of wet bottom. Good luck Mireya!
Port Stephens Koalas makes progress on hospital and tourism facility for Treescape
Our new rehab facilities are officially open.
KOALAS BEING DRIVEN TOWARDS EXTINCTION- CHANGING TIMES
Habitat clearance, disease, dog attacks, car hits, and climate change are threatening the survival of Australia’s most iconic animal.
PSK hosted a very successful Fundraiser Dinner and Auction on May 27th and raised much needed funds to assist with the ongoing rescue, care and rehabilitation of koalas.
ONE MILE KOALA HOSPITAL SUPPORT
Unanimous support for $3m koala hospital at One Mile
Port Stephens council has unanimously backed a plan to build and operate a $3 million Koala hospital and tourism facility at Treescape Holiday Park, One Mile Beach.
PORT STEPHENS LOCAL WOMAN OF THE YEAR
Carmel Northwood, Port Stephens Koalas hard working volunteer President, has been recognised as Port Stephens Local Woman of The Year by MP Kate Washington, read the full story at ….
KOALAS: POLITICALLY DRIVEN TO EXTINCTION
Despite being listed as a vulnerable species in Queensland, NSW and Federally, the destruction of koala habitat and colonies continues unabated, writes Sue Arnold.
NSW PREMIER ANNOUNCES FUNDING FOR PORT STEPHENS KOALA HOSPITAL.
Premier Mike Baird has confirmed initial funding of $123,950 for the first stage of the proposed Koala Hospital for Port Stephens. Allocated from the Community Building Program the much needed funds will allow Stage 1 of the project to commence once planning and lease