It is generally accepted that koala populations in Victoria are plentiful, the species is considered to be a low risk of extinction. There is however, a growing concern in communities that some local populations are decreasing.
In the Macedon Ranges we have areas of prime habitat for this iconic animal and it is only by proactive community involvement in gathering information and knowledge, directly dealing with threats to koala populations, and the preservation and enhancement of koala habitat, that can we ensure our local koalas survival for decades to come.
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