Koala in tree photo by Dave Gallan

Our partners

KAN is pleased to work with a number partner of organisations to support koala conservation, including the following:

Far South Coast Landcare Association (FSCLA)

The Far South Coast Landcare Association (FSCLA) is a volunteer organisation that first formed in the late 1990’s.   It supports groups and individuals who strive to improve the way in which land and water resources are managed on the Far South Coast. KAN is a project of FSCLA.


Firesticks Alliance

Firesticks Alliance Indigenous Corporation is an Indigenous led network and aims to re-invigorate the use of cultural burning by facilitating cultural learning pathways to fire and land management. It is an initiative for Indigenous and non- Indigenous people to look after Country, share their experiences and collectively explore ways to achieve their goals.


Koala Strategy Team (NSW Department of Planning and Environment)

The NSW Koala Strategy is supporting a range of conservation actions that will provide more habitat for koalas, support local community action, improve koala safety and health, and build our knowledge to improve koala conservation. 

Local Land Services (LLS) NSW

Local Land Services is a regional-focused NSW Government agency delivering quality customer services to farmers, landholders and the wider community.


The Crossing

The Crossing is a one class, permaculture designed sustainable camp. Students experience sustainable design, habitat survey and Landcare. The Crossing is situated near Bermagui, Australia, on a riverfront bush setting on the Wilderness Coast of Southern NSW.  Biamanga National Park adjoins the camp and The Crossing has the support of the Park’s aboriginal owners for camping and research. The camp is a traditional crossing place on the Bermagui River.