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Ellie was first seen at Koala Gardens in October, 2020.  This is towards the end of the dispersion time, and it is likely that she had not long separated from her mum. She grew into a strong healthy koala with spectacular ears.

It is wonderful that she settled in to Koala Gardens. We see her regularly on the property now. In 2022, to our great delight, she introduced us to her first joey Eddie.

She has lots of video (with and without her joey) on YouTube and even has her very own playlist (below). She appears in the Koala Gardens Happenings for 2020, 2021and 2022.

Join the Colony and get involved

You can become part of the Koala Gardens Colony by adopting Ellie, Eddie or one of the other resident wild koalas. You can also become a Patron,  and one level has an adoption option.

Come and discuss Koala Gardens and all things koala on Discord where we hold lots of interesting and often in-depth discussions there. Lots of fun!

You will become part of the family and help  provide much needed koala habitat.

You can also follow Katrina and the Koalas on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter.

Koala Gardens publishes a small number of delightful illustrated children’s books in the The Adventures of Mist series. Check out the beautifully engaging and educational design.  Our mission is to help children to “Fall in love with Nature”.

You can even find some great Koala Gardens gifts over at Redbubble where there is huge range of designs on an even bigger range of items.

Alternatively, you can find quick access links to everything Koala Gardens via Link Tree.

Ellie female koala looking towards the camera with huge ears and strong arms. There are large green leaves and gum nuts around her.