Planting Koala Trees & Restoring Native Habitat on the Mornington Peninsula
By 2030, The W4M Project aims to plant over 4000 native trees through, enough to span from one side of the Peninsula to the other.
W4M supports the Mornington Peninsula Koala Conservation (MP Koalas) who are creating a koala wildlife corridor connecting existing sections of koala habitat and food trees on the Mornington Peninsula. This involves planting in the existing koala corridors, thereby encouraging koalas out of urban areas and away from the many threats they face.
Wild Adventures Melbourne offsets all business, vehicle and guest emissions by planting trees with MP Koalas on the Mornington Peninsula to capture carbon emissions, protect our climate, enhance soil and water quality, and restore habitat for native wildlife.
Donate below to plant a koala tree and receive a discount to use on a WAM Eco Adventure, you’ll also be protecting native habitat on the Mornington Peninsula and capturing carbon before you have even visited and perhaps seeing even more wildlife when you join an adventure with us!