Newspaper article The Chronicle (Toowoomba, Australia)

Tourist Attraction Ideal for Region

Newspaper article The Chronicle (Toowoomba, Australia)

Tourist Attraction Ideal for Region

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ENVIRONMENT

THIS photo I have taken shows portions of a roller door off a demolished shed, placed at a 45 degree angle inwards on top of a two metre chain wire roo-dog fence built from all recycled material, to enclose koalas.

This is only an example of what could be achieved with very little cost.

But if such was to be constructed, the posts would need to be a larger diameter and top portion (iron) might be required wider. Recycled cotton tarp (left this side).

I believe that government National Park country west of Cecil Plains, which produces little revenue for the country, is ideally situated for the establishment of a world renowned tourist attraction, while preserving the koala.

The total area could be 100,000 acres interspersed with gum trees where these animals survived for centuries.

Cleared areas would be planted with koalas favourite, controlled burns during winter months and adequate fire breaks.

Roos and wallabies native to the region would be a main attraction. …

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