From their fluffy ears to their paunchy pouches, koalas are one of the most adored critters on the planet – and around 20,000 of them are thought to call New South Wales home. Here’s where to find these endearing marsupials happily at home among the gum trees — and how you can help them stay that way.
Visit the famous Koala Hospital
Just 4.5 hours north of Sydney on the NSW mid North Coast, Port Macquarie is home to one of Australia‘s largest wild koala populations, as well as the world-renowned Koala Hospital — so it’s a top spot to go and give back to them. Wander through eucalypt forests at Koolunbung Creek Nature Reserve and Sea Acres National Park, and you may find them snoozing in the rainforest
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