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Media Alert – Chair of the Australian Koala Foundation available for comment re: March for Creatures Great and Small – a parade to celebrate all wildlife

Australian Koala Foundation < 1 mins read
The Koala Army's March for Creatures Great and Small
  • The Australian Koala Foundation (AKF) is proud to announce their flagship event of the year, the Koala Army’s March for Creatures Great and Small. Coinciding with the start of ‘Save the Koala Month’, thousands of supporters will take to the streets of Canberra on Sunday, September 1st, 2024, in a celebration of diversity, advocacy, and a shared commitment to protecting Australia’s wildlife.
  • Deborah Tabart OAM Chair of the Australian Koala Foundation is available for interview or comment.
  • Further details of the event can be found at:

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Deborah Tabart OAM



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