Koala researchers are trying to establish a history of koala settlement in Gunnedah, and are looking for historic koala stories.
University of Sydney researchers will be talking about the latest research on koalas in Gunnedah at an event on Monday, May 1 at 6pm at GS Kidd Memorial School.
Here are a few facts from the North West Local Land Services’ brochure about Gunnedah’s koalas:
There’s nothing like going to extremes to show your support for a good cause.
Many Gunnedah people wonder how they can help the local koala population. One way is to consider if you are in an appropriate area to plant trees.
Gunnedah’s koalas are about to get a helping hand with North West Local Land Services initiating a major revegetation project along the banks of the Namoi River.
Koala sightings are coming in to Gunnedah’s Project Koala new Facebook page.
Do koalas eat eucalyptus leaves exclusively? The answer from Local Land Services North West is no.
Gunnedah’s Project Koala now has its own Facebook page, and we need you to help us make it work.
Photos from Totally Dance Studio Gunnedah's Dance Like No One is Watching.
Ben Hamparsum, of Currabubula, and Joshua Jones, of Mullaley, continue to impress on the rugby field.