Save Woogaroo Forest

The Woogaroo Forest in western Springfield is a critical habitat for endangered Koalas.

It is also home to over 130 other species, including:

  • Echidnas
  • Sugar Gliders
  • Powerful Owls
  • Brush-tailed Phascogales
  • Platypus
  • Wallabies

And many other native animals and plants. But big developers want to bulldoze it.

Just after Council elections, before the new Council even had a chance to meet, bureaucrats quietly ticked off 'precinct plans' that move it one step closer to destruction.

We must act now! The Woogaroo forest is not only important habitat in itself, but it provides a critical corridor for remnant habitat and green corridors throughout the area. If it is lost, the landscape will become more fragmented and multiple koala colonies will become isolated and eventually perish.

We know Queenslanders need homes, but we have to build up, not out. It's time we stand up to habitat wrecking big developers in South East Queensland.