2022: Critical Koala habitat protected

New agreement to protect critical NSW forest for endangered Koalas


AWC established a new sanctuary protecting almost
4,000 hectares of lush forest habitat in the NSW Hunter region. Situated less than three hours north of Sydney, Waulinbakh Wildlife Sanctuary is part of a conservation agreement with philanthropists and long-time AWC supporters Andrew and Jane Clifford to manage the private estate. 

A wonder of topographically complex ridges and ranges, shifting from dry sclerophyll forests at the peaks to dense, wet rainforest in the deeper gullies, the sanctuary provides vital habitat for many forest-dwelling species including the Koala, recently declared an Endangered species in NSW, QLD and ACT.  

At the time of the agreement AWC scientists estimated that the sanctuary was likely to support more than 100 vertebrate species of which 12 are listed as threatened. 

 

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