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Save Sydney's Koalas!

Tell the Environment Minister to Save Sydney’s Koalas!

    Save Sydney's Koalas!

    Mega-developer Lendlease wants to push forward with stage 2 of its Mt Gilead development in Sydney’s south-west. If it does, 53 hectares of critical habitat for at least 300 koalas will be bulldozed - and one of the healthiest koala colonies in NSW will face extinction. 

    Only Labor’s new Environment Minister Penny Sharpe has the power to stop this development in its tracks and save Sydney’s Koalas. 

    As one of the members of a powerful ParliamentaryInquiry into Koalas which made the damning finding that koalas will be extinct in NSW before 2050 without urgent action, the Minister knows what’s at stake. 

    Tell the Minister to stop this senseless destruction of Koala habitat and save Sydney’s koalas from extinction.




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