Hello Koalas News – Moves and Grooves
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The Carramar Koala Quest at the Australian National Botanic Gardens in Canberra has just completed a wonderful exhibition in March, in association with the Enlighten Festival and ACT Events, National Zoo and Aquarium, Tidbinbilla Nature Reserve and University House.
Twenty Hello Koalas sculptures were on show during the month of March.
Ranger Riley, Scoop, Crusader Koala, Captain Koala, Buzzy Bee, Bushby, Gum Blossom, Alira, Komorebi, Koalatron, Benjamin The Return of the Thylacine, Percy Crossingsafe, Mandy the Mandala Koala, Shelly, Jimmy, Kalido, Guula, Koala Boy, Wildlife Warrior, and Carramar.
Scoop was thrilled to be on the front cover of Canberra Weekly with its 96,000 readers!
Here is a copy of the Carramar Koala Quest map on the Parks Australia website.
Meanwhile, more local Hello Koalas news:
The Mayor of the Koala Republic is appearing at the Royal Easter Show with Ranger Riley, Ambassador for NSW National Parks and Shelly, our National Parks marine life koala. All three koalas were painted by Pauline Roods who will be painting a new dinosaur koala on the Derivan Paints stand in the Arts area.
Alira has moved to Settlement City Shopping Centre and Nulla is taking up residence at Slim Dusty Centre in Kempsey.
Woody is located at the award winning tourist attraction, Sealy Lookout at Coffs Harbour and enjoying the new Tree Tops experience there. Watch out for the turn off from the Pacific Highway just past the Big Banana when you travel north from Port Macquarie.
Some Hello Koalas are having a holiday after their huge Canberra experience with record attendances and social media posts for the Australian National Botanic Gardens and partners. They include Gum Blossom, Bushby, Wildlife Warrior, Benjamin, Mandy, Komorebi, Buzzy Bee.
But they will all be back for the Hello Koalas Festival (6 – 9 June) – the one time of the year when all the Hello Koalas sculptures gather together for an annual reunion.
Buzzy Bee has stayed behind in Canberra to be a special guest at World Bee Day at the Swedish Embassy on 23 May at the invitation of the Swedish Ambassador. Buzzy, our native bee koala, is honoured. More details shortly.
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December 9, 2018 Reviewed by barefootlouise
My son loved looking at all the different koalas. Such a cute idea, kids and adults will really enjoy it
November 25, 2018 Reviewed by chel_boogs
It’s always awesome when we go somewhere in port and surrounds and spot one of these gorgeous koalas. The kids adore them and love marking each one off on their visual list 🐨
November 20, 2018 Reviewed by shopaholickk
They're everywhere! and very cute, with a different theme for each of them - like the elephant parade which I'm a big fan of as well! We didn't go on the "trail" intentionally, but found quite a few around town that were fun to see and take pictures of 🙂