The Narrandera Annual Koala Count is a great chance for people to see koalas in the wild. Held in spring at the Narrandera Flora and Fauna Reserve, the Koala Count is a fun way for the community to…
The Narrandera Annual Koala Count is a great chance for people to see koalas in the wild. Held in spring at the Narrandera Flora and Fauna Reserve, the Koala Count is a fun way for the community to check on the koala colony which was reintroduced into the reserve in 1972.
Participation is free and open to all ages, simply follow the signs from the Lake Talbot Canal Bridge (Lake Drive and Oakbank Street) to the meeting point within the reserve. Be sure to wear long trousers, sturdy shoes, and a hat, and take a bottle of water.
The 2023 Koala Count will be held on Saturday 7 October from 9am to 12pm, and will be followed by the Narrandera Koala Fest at Brewery Flat on the Murrumbidgee River.
For more information, please contact the Narrandera Visitor Information Centre.
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