Developing a NSW Koala Strategy

From 4 December 2016 to 3 March 2017 the Office of Environment and Heritage (OEH) invited input on what to include in a whole-of-government NSW koala strategy. The community's feedback on what should be included in the strategy is vital for building an effective strategy.

For more information about developing the strategy and further resources, see the OEH Developing a NSW Koala Strategy site.

At the same time, OEH also invited community feedback on the draft Saving Our Species (SOS) Iconic Koala Project, which sets out a framework for on-ground koala conservation actions for 2016-21 and forms one important part of the proposed koala strategy. For more information on the SOS project, go to Koala (Phascolarctos cinereus).

The Saving our Species Iconic Koala Project will build on the valuable contributions made by individuals and groups across the state to conserve koalas.Ongoing involvement of all stakeholders will be critical to the success of the project.

NSW Koala Strategy: make a submission (closed)

Register for community information sessions (closed)



Contact us: If you have any questions please email: koala.strategy@environment.nsw.gov.au

The closing date for written submissions was 11.59pm 3 March 2017.

From 4 December 2016 to 3 March 2017 the Office of Environment and Heritage (OEH) invited input on what to include in a whole-of-government NSW koala strategy. The community's feedback on what should be included in the strategy is vital for building an effective strategy.

For more information about developing the strategy and further resources, see the OEH Developing a NSW Koala Strategy site.

At the same time, OEH also invited community feedback on the draft Saving Our Species (SOS) Iconic Koala Project, which sets out a framework for on-ground koala conservation actions for 2016-21 and forms one important part of the proposed koala strategy. For more information on the SOS project, go to Koala (Phascolarctos cinereus).

The Saving our Species Iconic Koala Project will build on the valuable contributions made by individuals and groups across the state to conserve koalas.Ongoing involvement of all stakeholders will be critical to the success of the project.

NSW Koala Strategy: make a submission (closed)

Register for community information sessions (closed)



Contact us: If you have any questions please email: koala.strategy@environment.nsw.gov.au

The closing date for written submissions was 11.59pm 3 March 2017.

  • Share your local koala experiences (closed)

    by Shane.Dingwall, over 2 years ago

    Members of the public were invited to share local koala experiences through the Koalas in NSW social pinpoint platform. This information will help the NSW Government develop an effective NSW koala strategy to stabilise and then start to increase koala numbers.

    Note: this site is now closed to new comments. However, you can view the comments that have been made. Comments added to the Social Pinpoint map are considered to be valuable contributions, however not considered to be formal submissions.

    Members of the public were invited to share local koala experiences through the Koalas in NSW social pinpoint platform. This information will help the NSW Government develop an effective NSW koala strategy to stabilise and then start to increase koala numbers.

    Note: this site is now closed to new comments. However, you can view the comments that have been made. Comments added to the Social Pinpoint map are considered to be valuable contributions, however not considered to be formal submissions.