Koala Habitat

Koalas are facing imminent extinction in our country!

Koalas may become extinct in the wild in Eastern Australia by as early as 2050… Unless we DO SOMETHING ABOUT IT!

Wild koalas only live on the eastern side of Australia – unfortunately for them, that is also where the majority of Australians live. We must save and improve Koala habitat to guarantee their survival. We need to save wild spaces for Koalas to live, breed and be safe. Every creature has the right to exist, our challenge is to make sure they do.

If Australians can save the ‘most loved’ animal in the world, we can also save thousands of other species that live in the same habitat, and that perhaps are not as cute or iconic.

Prior to European settlement, many millions of Koalas lived in Eastern Australia where suitable habitat existed – indicated by the green area on the map above. By the early 1900’s it is estimated that approximately 8 MILLION harmless Koalas were killed – mostly for their pelts for the then fashionable fur trade. They were easy targets for hunters.

These days Koala deaths are often out of sight, and occur on the bush areas that surround the expanding urban sprawl of humans. If your home is in the green area on the map above, perhaps Koalas live near you, or did in the past before your suburb was built.

According to the Australian Koala Foundation’s “Koala Manifesto” (2021), the Koala Population of Australia is scientifically calculated to range between 46,586 and 83,663 – that’s less than 100,000 wild Koalas in the whole of Australia’s Koala Country!

Koala Country Bumper Sticker

My Australia is Koala Country Bumper Stickers

EnviroPrint Australia has produced our own Koala Country bumper stickers printed on 100% Recycled PE adhesive so that you too can show your support for our national icon and bring awareness to save this important species from extinction.

Buy yours HERE just $1 each (includes postage within Australia while stocks last).

EnviroPrint Australia are keen to support the many organisations doing fantastic work to save Koalas. Our plan is to sponsor Koalas to raise community awareness of their plight, and to spotlight the challenges that wild Koalas face in the shrinking liveable habitats they cling to.

EnviroPrint’s “Adopted” Koalas:

APRIL 2021

Myoora Jarrah

Myoora Jarrah was found in August 2017, by the roadside where she had lost her mum. She was approximately 5 months old and required 24 hour human care. When grown, she returned to the Koala Hospital in Port Macquarie for dehumanising in the joey yard to allow her to survive in the wild. She has been since been released and is now living freely as Koalas should.

Click here to find out more about Myoora Jarrah, a wild Koala thanks to the carers at Koala Hospital Port Macquarie.



Eila Koala
Eila was brought into the care of Port Stephens Koalas in late 2018 after she suffered burns in the Mambo wetland fires. At the time she had a joey with her – due to severe burns he was was cared for separately and soon successfully released back to the wild. When in care it was discovered that Eila also had a joey in her pouch. Thank goodness this brave Mum was saved!

Click here to find out more about Eila, a wild Koala in care, and the hospital and sanctuary work of Port Stephens Koalas.

Eila Koala Adoption Certificate
MARCH 2021


Bullet is a young male Koala who was first identified at Koala Gardens in 2017. As a male, he often has to fight to establish his place in the colony and for breeding rights. In 2018 Bullet had a misadventure and the wound became serious. He was cared for in a wildlife hospital on the Gold Coast and then released back into Koala Gardens in northern NSW.

Click here to find out more about Bullet, a wild Koala living in the privately owned sanctuary of Koala Gardens (Tuckurimba).