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Last minute Father’s Day gifts that have an everlasting effect

Australian Koala Foundation 2 mins read
Save the Koala Shop

With Father's Day quickly approaching (3rd September), the Australian Koala Foundation (AKF) is encouraging those seeking last-minute gifts to embrace the spirit of giving with choices that carry a timeless impact. Tired of typical, fleeting presents? This year, why not opt for gifts that not only warm Dad’s heart but also contribute to a cause that resonates with us all – the conservation of our treasured koalas and their natural habitats.

In the hustle and bustle of last-minute shopping, it’s easy to overlook the deeper significance of our choices. The AKF offers a solution that merges thoughtfulness with purpose. By selecting a gift from the Save the Koala Shop, you’re not just honouring Father’s Day; you’re actively participating in the preservation of Australia’s iconic koalas.

Facing habitat loss, disease, and climate change, the iconic Australian Koalas need critical protection. The AKF is dedicated to safeguarding them and their habitats through research and conservation efforts.

The Save the Koala Shop boasts an array of options that go beyond material possessions. From koala-themed clothing that blends style with advocacy to eco-friendly products that reflect a commitment to a greener future, each purchase becomes a tangible investment in the protection of the Australian ecosystem.

Deborah Tabart OAM, Chair of the Australian Koala Foundation, said that each Save the Koala Shop purchase directly supports koala protection and offers ideal gift choices for Father’s Day.

“Gift-giving is an opportunity to make a difference.’

“By choosing a present from the Save the Koala Shop, you’re contributing to the safeguarding of our koalas and their habitats. It’s about leaving a positive impact that resonates far beyond the day itself.” Says Tabart.

Returning unwanted gifts can unknowingly contribute to environmental harm, leading to manufacturing waste and carbon emissions. But with the AKF’s unique gift choices, you are part of a movement that ensures your gift has lasting value – for both dad and the environment.

Make this Father’s Day memorable with a gift that truly matters. Join the Australian Koala Foundation in celebrating fathers and remarkable koalas. Explore the Save the Koala Shop online at or visit the AKF’s in-store location at 23 Stephen Street, Warialda, NSW.


Key Facts:

- Father's Day is quickly approaching (3rd September) and the Australian Koala Foundation is encouraging those seeking last-minute gifts to opt for gifts that contribute to the conservation of the Australian Koala.

- The Australian Koala Foundation's Save the Koala Shop boasts an array of options that go beyond material possessions.

- Australian Koala Foundation has come up with a Father's Day Gift Guide to assist in gift selection (attached)

About us:

About the Australian Koala Foundation

The Australian Koala Foundation (AKF) is the principal non-profit, non-government organisation dedicated to the conservation and effective management of the wild koala and its habitat. AKF aims to refine and update the Koala Habitat Atlas mapping of all wild Koala habitat and to get the Koala Protection Act enacted, ensuring longevity of Koalas and their habitat. 

Contact details:

Office: (07) 3229 7233

Mobile: 0428 104 255


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