Killara and Birrani The Koalas
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We acknowledge the Wiradjuri people traditional owners of Country in of Central NSW and their elders both past and present. In the Wiradjuri language a Koala is called a Barrandhang (pronounced Burr-Un-Done), Gurabaan (pronounced Goo-Ra-Barn), Naagun (pronounced Nar-Gon) or Ginaagun (pronounced Gin-A-Gon)
A newborn koala is tiny, blind and hairless and lives in its mothers’ pouch for the first 7 months. Once the baby has outgrown the pouch It rides on its mother's back, or rests against her chest until it is 1 year old.
The Koala population of Australia was hugely affected by the 2019-2020 bushfires, with the population falling by 70% in some parts of NSW.Killara sits at 6cm long and 7cm tall. VOC free tints and sustainably sourced maple wood.