Submissions received (accessibility trial)

Inquiry into the status, health and sustainability of Australia's koala population

Submissions received (accessibility trial)

The Environment and Communications Committee is currently trialling access arrangements for people who are blind or vision impaired, to electronic submissions for the committee’s inquiry into the status, health and sustainability of Australia's koala population. If you would like to have a submission from this inquiry converted to HTML format please contact the secretariat on 02 6277 3526 or

Due to the constraints of the trial, in some instances submission summaries have been converted rather than an entire submission, or certain attachments have not been converted.

The Committee would welcome feedback on the effectiveness of the trial. Feedback should be sent to or alternatively contact the secretariat on 02 6277 3526.

Sub No.  
7 Dr Alistair Melzer 
8 Dreamworld
12 Vivienne Jones
16 Rod McKelvey
18 Invasive Animals Cooperative Research Centre
22 Australia Zoo Wildlife Warriors Worldwide
26 Humane Society International
33 Name Withheld
34 Dr Jon Hanger
39 Property Council of Australia
46 Redland City Council
47 Friends of the Koalas
52 Urban Development Institute of Australia, Queensland
56 National Association of Forest Industries
63 Tregeagle Landcare Group
77 Department of Environment and Natural Resources, Government of South Australia
78 NSW Department of Environment, Climate Change and Water


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Senate Standing Committee on Environment and Communications
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