Monday, 19 January 2015

NSW Labor leader Luke Foley promises to establish koala national park

The Great Koala National Park would cover more than 300,000 hectares on the state’s mid north coast north between Macksville and Woolgoolga

Australian Associated Press

theguardian.com, Sunday 18 January 2015 22.05 GMT

The NSW opposition leader is promising to create Australia’s first koala national park on the state’s mid north coast, covering an area of more than 300,000 hectares.

As he heads to the March election, Luke Foley said his party had a clear plan to protect koalas.

Labor said it would work with the Wilderness Society to help nature conservation in NSW.

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