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The koala communities of New South Wales, Victoria and Queensland have all been badly affected by the bush fires, with actual numbers affected not to been known for months.
To do our part Hall & Prior has adopted two koalas – one in NSW and one in WA via the Australian Koala Foundation.
Sponsoring koalas helps diminish threats to their survival and also raises awareness in the global community to help save our endangered Australian animals.
Our WA koala - Thor
Thor has just turned three. He lives at Perth’s Outback Splash theme park with his mother Euky. An adorable koala he has fluffy ears and looks just like a teddy bear.
Recently one of our residents Lancy Collins from Tuohy Aged Care Home in Midland, visited Thor at Outback Splash.
“I had a wonderful time meeting the Koalas and patting them,” Lancy said. “It was educational and it made me feel really happy!”
Our NSW koala - Giget
A beautiful koala who lives in the New South Wales region of Moree. New South Wales has been badly affected by a devastating drought forcing koalas to come down from the trees to search for water – a typically unusual behaviour. This makes them highly vulnerable crossing roads and travelling along the ground in their search.
By sponsoring Thor and Giget, Hall & Prior is helping protect the koalas' natural habitats to ensure their survival and support rehabilitation of devastated koala communities affected by the fires.
Hall & Prior is proud to be an Australian owned and operated business and proud be part of the bushfire recovery journey.