Binna Burra supports South East Queensland Koala Survey

Written by Binna Burra

March 31, 2023

At Binna Burra, we are passionate about protecting and preserving the koalas that call our region home. These beloved creatures are an integral part of our community and we are committed to ensuring their well-being.

As the largest population of wild koalas in Queensland, South East Queensland is a critical area for conservation efforts. Unfortunately, it is also the most densely populated and developed region in our state, making it essential to conduct research to better understand the challenges facing our furry friends.

That’s why we are thrilled to promote this survey conducted by Social Marketing at Griffith University. This survey aims to gather insights into what you think and know about koalas in your community. By taking just a few minutes to complete the survey, you can help contribute to vital research that will inform our efforts to protect these precious animals.

Join us in our mission to safeguard the future of koalas. Click the button below to take the survey:

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