Resources to help
Wildlife Watcher Blog
DIY koala conservation
Fellow Wildlife Watchers
Koala Threat Mitigation Project
Funded by Department of Environment and Science and supported by local councils, Social Marketing @ Griffith are working across South East Queensland to increase community engagement to protect koalas.
Download their free resources and help us to get more people to act and protect our national icon:
You can help save a koala’s life by knowing the signs they are sick and reporting it before it’s too late. This inspiring short film illustrates the impact of community action in saving koalas and emphasises that not only can anyone help, but that everyone has to in order to make meaningful change.
Koala Protection: A day in the life of a carer
Injured koalas need carers. Now it’s your turn to give them a hand.
Follow the journey of a koala rescued by Trish LeeHong from Wildlife Rescue, Rehabilitation and Education Centre.
Koala Protection – Ways we can help koalas
More than 1,500 koalas were hospitalised in Queensland in 2020. Koala protection is a shared responsibility that needs both governments and people to take actions.
Harris, J. A., Rundle-Thiele, S., Pang, B., David, P., & Seydel, T. (2021). Leave it: Upskilling a dog owning community. In Social and Sustainability Marketing (pp. 739-754). Productivity Press.
Harris, J. A., Rundle-Thiele, S., David, P., & Pang, B. (2021). Engaging dog trainers in a city-wide roll-out of koala aversion skill enhancement: A social marketing program. Australasian Journal of Environmental Management, 28(3), 236-247.
Rundle-Thiele, S., Pang, B., Knox, K., David, P., Parkinson, J., & Hussenoeder, F. (2019). Generating new directions for reducing dog and koala interactions: A social marketing formative research study. Australasian Journal of Environmental Management, 26(2), 173-187.
David, P., Rundle-Thiele, S., Pang, B., Knox, K., Parkinson, J., & Hussenoeder, F. (2019). Engaging the dog owner community in the design of an effective koala aversion program. Social Marketing Quarterly, 25(1), 55-68.
Wildlife Watcher, looking out for our native neighbours 🐨
An initiative of Social Marketing @ Griffith