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Embrace the Christmas Spirit with Koalas

Australian Koala Foundation 2 mins read
Koala Christmas Catalogue - Australian Koala Foundation

Christmas is just around the corner, and what better way to celebrate the season of giving than by showing your love for one of Australia’s most iconic animals – the Koala? The Australian Koala Foundation (AKF) is thrilled to announce the launch of the Koala Christmas Catalogue, featuring an array of perfect gifts for all the Koala lovers in your life.

When it comes to gifts that give back, the AKF’s Christmas Catalogue is your go-to destination.

The curated selection of items offers something for everyone – from stocking fillers and children’s presents to unique, heartwarming surprises for those “who have everything”. But there is more to these gifts than just holiday cheer.

Deborah Tabart OAM, Chair of the Australian Koala Foundation, said this Christmas, people can play a significant role in the ongoing mission to protect and save Koalas.

“This Christmas, we invite you to embrace the spirit of giving in a way that truly matters.” Tabart said.

“Our Christmas Catalogue not only brings joy to your friends and family, but also plays a vital role in the ongoing mission to save the Koala.”

The Koala population has been facing significant challenges in recent years, including habitat loss, disease, and the effects of climate change.

By shopping with the AKF in mind this Christmas, you’re joining a collective effort to make a tangible difference.

Your purchase directly supports essential conservation initiatives that aim to protect the Koala’s natural habitat and ensure their survival.

The AKF’s commitment to Koala conservation extends beyond the holiday season. In addition to the Christmas Catalogue, the AKF offers year-round opportunities for you to save the Koala.

Consider adopting a Koala, planting a tree, or making a direct donation – all of which provide ongoing resources for the preservation of these iconic Australian animals.

Join us in spreading the love for Koalas and giving them a brighter future. Shop the Australian Koala Foundation’s Christmas Catalogue and give the gift of hope to our furry friends.

Don’t wait until the last minute, to ensure your gifts arrive in time for Christmas, the AKF recommends placing your order as soon as possible.

After all, what better way to spread holiday joy than by giving back to the Koalas this festive season?


Key Facts:

- The Australian Koala Foundation has released a Koala Christmas Catalogue

- The Catalogue features a selection of items for everyone - perfect for giving a gift that gives back

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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