Koala Hug EmsRegular price $12.50
Soft, cuddly and oh so huggable! This adorable little koala is the perfect size for children of all ages. It can stand on all fours or sit on its little bean bag bottom.
A great gift to send to friends and family overseas or even to add to a Christmas stocking or to add to hampers for that extra special touch.
Size: 18cm / 7 inches
Lilkins KoalaRegular price $9.90
Lilkins Koala 5"
All creatures cute & small! These 5” plush pieces are perfect for your pocket or pop into the kids travel or school bags.
Collect them all!
Join the Republic Rescue Team! Wild Republic Australasia has teamed up with WIRES to help raise money for animal rescues. A portion of every sale from our Lilkins range goes straight to helping sick and injured wildlife.
The Land Down Under Store is proud to support the Republic Rescue Team and WIRES wildlife rescue by stocking their Lilkins range.
Hugger Plush KoalaRegular price $11.50
The Plush Koala bracelet/hugger will hug your arm, legs, backpack straps, arms of chairs, and anything else it can wrap its wings around.
Just spread their arms wide, give the chest a squeeze and the hugger instantly wraps its arms around you.
Beautifully soft and colourful materials and at almost 22cm (almost 9”) and arms that wrap around itself makes it a great sized companion.
Plush covered plastic bands in the arms.
By purchasing this huggable koala, you are supporting the work of Wild Republic. Their mission is to strive to secure a future for all our planet’s amazing wild animals. To reach this goal, they support many animal rescue organizations, as well as countless zoos, toy banks, local charities, and animal shelters. We are proud to support their work by carrying their wonderful products on The Land Down Unders Online Store.
Koala 12" PlushRegular price $21.80
This plush is so soft - just like a real koala!
It is highly detailed, uses the finest of fabrics and is perfect for cuddling!
Koalas are one of Australias most iconic species and are not related to bears. Koalas are simply just that – a Koala.
The Koala is a marsupial which means they have a pouch in which they raise their joey. Koalas are mostly nocturnal. Koala fossils have been found in Australia have been dated as long ago as 20 million years!
Koalas have individual finger prints, just like we do and if you look closely at koalas, you’ll find that you can identify them from their noses!
Koalas live in the eucalypt forests of Queensland, NSW, Victoria and South Australia. They are very fussy eaters and are picky about which species of gum leaves they will eat.
Habitat loss is the greatest threat to koalas. The main reasons for this are land clearing, bushfires and diseases of the eucalypts which is called die back. Vehicles and dogs are also a big threat to koalas.
Check out koalas online – you can help save Australia’s iconic koala.
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