Noosa Koala habitat to be saved

Nicola Ryan Local News

Noosa Koala habitat to be saved

The ink is dry on a $3.5 Million conservation deal, which will see more than 2 thousand hectares of koala habitat protected in Noosa.


The deal between Council, HQ plantations and the State Government will see private harvesting licences phased out within the state-owned forest between Tewantin, Cooroy, Pomona and Boreen Point and the timber company compensated.

92.7 Mix FM News Team – November 8, 2018

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