Guulabaa – Place of Koala is an exciting partner-project in Cowarra State Forest.
Guulabaa – Place of Koala is a new, world-first tourism experience for visitors, designed to include:
"The Hub" takes shape at Guulabaa
Guulabaa Masterplan PDF, 16579.8 KB
WildNets ready for action
$3M to boost Cowarra Nature Based Tourism Offering
Guulabaa Tourism Precinct a Step Closer
Cowarra State Forest Masterplan launched
Bunyah LALC Contemporary Cultural Burn
The Hub sod turning February 2023
Construction of The Hub commenced with a sod turn event in February 2023. The Hub will link Koala Conservation Australia/Port Macquarie Koala Hospital’s Wild Koala breeding facility, Bunyah Local Aboriginal Land Council café and gallery, Wildnets Adventure and Hello Koala’s The Big Koala.
North coast construction company F & SJ Maione will construct The Hub utlising North Coast timbers, The Hub was designed by Architectural firm Gensler and supported by project engineers from TTW.
WildNets launch September 2022
WildNets Adventure Park opened in September 2022 with a Biripi Welcome to Country. WildNets Founder & CEO Marius Gaymard cut the ribbon with partner organisation representatives.
Launch of Guulabaa!
Federal Member for Lyne, Dr David Gillespie and State Member for Port Macquarie, Leslie Williams launched the Guulabaa master plan in December 2020.