A grey headed flying fox taking flight from water

Visit the Flying Fox Camp

Take a virtual tour of the Flying Fox camp in Kooloongbung Creek!

Did you know...

Flying foxes are considered the most important animal for the survival of our eucalypt and rainforest ecosystems. Flying Foxes spread pollen and disperse seeds, and this process is crucial to the survival of Australia’s eucalypt and rainforest ecosystems.

A single flying fox can disperse up to 60,000 seeds in one night. This process helps ensure the health of our native trees and forests, and many species of fruit-bearing trees.

Learn more about our local flying foxes by taking a virtual visit to their camp in the interactive map below.

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You can learn more about what we’re doing to protect our flying foxes and how nearby residences by reading our Kooloonbung Creek Flying Fox Camp Management Plan

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