Project Partners

Eurobodalla Koala Project partner with local community groups, environmental groups, schools and local businesses. Working together is success.

Coastwatchers Association

Coastwatchers Eurobodalla’s voice for nature

The Coastwatchers Association Inc. is a leading community environmental and conservation group serving the South Coast of NSW, principally in the Shire of Eurobodalla between Narooma and Batemans Bay. The Association also addresses issues in the bordering Shires of Shoalhaven (north), Bega (south) and Palerang (west), when issues in those Shires have a direct impact on the Eurobodalla region.

Find out about EKP and Coastwatchers partnership here

Find out more about Coastwatchers here

Wildlife Survey – Great Eastern Ranges Project

Sign up with iNaturalist and record your wildlife observations in our pilot project

Use this link to sign up to be part of the pilot project

The volunteer Eurobodalla Koala Project is partnering with Coastwatchers to deliver the Great Eastern Ranges South Coast Project. This is a 3-year WWF-funded mix of activities aimed at vegetation rehabilitation, connectivity, wildlife resilience, bushfire recovery and future bushfire impact mitigation.

One aspect is a strategic wildlife survey, to help judge the current status of threatened species and guide us in our private property revegetation projects.

A pilot survey was distributed in early March 2022 to bush-dwelling locals in the East Lynne, Durras and Bawley Point precinct. Later, the survey will be refined and expanded to many more people across the Eurobodalla and Lower Shoalhaven.

If you would like to participate in the survey, go to Eurokoalas/Contact and give us your email address or phone number.

This project is supported through a partnership between the Great Eastern Ranges and the World Wide Fund for Nature-Australia as part of a broader bushfire recovery effort.

iNaturalist Beyond our Targeted Projects

Regardless of our current focus, you might like to join iNaturalist anyway, and become a general contributor to local, Australian or worldwide citizen science. If so, use this LINK 


WIRES (NSW Wildlife Information, Rescue and Education Service Inc.) has been rescuing and caring for wildlife for over 30 years and is the largest wildlife rescue organisation in Australia. WIRES currently has 3,000 volunteers in 28 NSW branches involved in the rescue and care of wildlife and we have a dedicated Rescue Office that operates 365 days a year assisting the community to help native animals in distress. 

Find out more about WIRES and the EKP partnership here

National Parks and Wildlife Service

NP&WS manage more than 870 protected areas in NSW, covering over 7 million hectares and representing more than 9 per cent of the land area of the state. This includes national parks, nature reserves, flora reserves, World Heritage areas, rainforests, beaches, alpine areas and sites of great cultural and historic significance. Management of these areas involves a wide range of responsibilities, including plant and animal conservation, fire management, sustainable tourism and visitation, research, education, volunteering programs and more. Link to NPWS

SHASA – Southcoast Health and Sustainability Alliance

Southcoast Health & Sustainability Alliance Community-led solutions including. Proactive responses to the climate crisis including drought, floods and bushfires; Solar Bulk Buy for homes and businesses; Community solar and energy efficiency projects.

Use this link to access the SHASA website

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