Kirra The Koala
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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)
Did you know Koala Bears are not related to bears at all? They are most closely related to Wombats. Koalas diet mainly consists of gum leaves, but gum leaves provide little energy so Koala sleep most of the day, they also get most of their water by licking the dew from leaves.Kirra sits at 7cm long and 7cm tall. VOC free tints and sustainably sourced maple wood.