Communication resources for QWildlife koala sightings app

The following communication resources can be used to help raise awareness about the QWildlife koala sightings app through your own channels and networks.

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The following images and tiles have been developed for a variety of digital and social platforms and channels. To download, simply click on the image to enlarge, right mouse click and select save image as.

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The following posters are available to download for print or online distribution.

Key information about the koala sightings app and koala conservation

  • The QWildlife koala app makes it easy to report koala sightings in the wild.
  • App users can upload information about a koala’s location as well as photos and observations about their appearance and condition.
  • Sightings of all sick, injured and orphaned koalas in Queensland should be reported to 1300 ANIMAL (1300 264 625)
  • Collecting sightings information through the app will help inform conservation planning and action at Local, State and Federal levels.
  • Everyone can play a role in koala conservation simply by downloading the app and getting out into nature to learn more about the koala populations in their local area.
  • Citizen-led science activities such as this contribute valuable data that help our scientists and researchers expand our knowledge base.
  • The QWildlife koala sightings app is free and available for iOS and Android (visit the App Store or Google Play and search QWildlife).
  • South East Queensland has the highest concentration of koalas in the state.
  • The QWildlife koala sightings app is part of the Queensland Government’s South East Queensland Koala Conservation Strategy 2020–2025, which aims to help stop the decline of the koala population through protecting and restoring key koala habitats, threat management and scientific research programs.
  • Successful koala conservation relies on a collaborative approach across all sectors, and for individuals and communities to also play a role in protecting local koalas.