Hello Koalas Festival is believed to be the world’s first festival celebrating Australia’s iconic species, the koala, with the specific objective of promoting koala care and…
- Hello Koalas Festival – Celebrating Koalas Everywhere!
- Crusader Koala inspires in the classroom
Hello Koalas Sculpture project began another chapter in its success story with the launch of an exhibition and a pilot extension education program initiated by Hello…
- Wauchope Businesses Back Hello Koala Project
THE Wauchope Community has mobilised to ensure that Wauchope is included on the Hello Koalas Sculpture Trail. This public art community project comprises of 50 large…
- Laurieton Elders Vote for Favourite Hello Koalas Design
Residents living at The Whiddon Group Laurieton, a residential aged care service, will vote on their favourite design from the Hello Koalas sculpture project next Tuesday….
- Meet Some of the New Port Macquarie Koala Family and their Artists
On 8 September when the Hello Koalas Sculpture Trail opens locals and visitors to Port Macquarie alike will be able to finally see the 50 large…
- Wild!Rhino Sculpture Trail
Hello Koalas is pleased to be collaborating with Taronga Park Zoo in promoting the Wild! Rhino Sculpture Trail in Sydney and across regional NSW in Katoomba,…
- Iconic Australian singer/songwriter John Williamson picks up his paintbrush to help save the Koala
Iconic Australian singer/songwriter John Williamson is set to pick up his paintbrush in aid of helping to save Koalas for the new Hello Koalas Sculpture Trail…
- Hello Koalas Heads to Houston, Texas, USA!
The Hello Koalas Sculpture Project, an initiative of Arts and Health Australia, is proud to be participating in the Global Alliance for Arts and Health conference…
- “Hello Koalas” says the NSW Premier Barry O’Farrell
Member for Port Macquarie, Leslie Williams and Margret Meagher, Executive Director, Arts and Health Australia have welcomed the funding commitment from NSW Premier Barry O’Farrell