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Queensland Koala Crusaders and Noosa Alive festival invite everyone to come along this Sunday from 9.30am-12.30pm at Lions Park, Gympie Terrace, Noosaville, to the Koala Kids Day Picnic.
There will be live animals from Wildlife HQ, demonstrations with detection dogs by the University of the Sunshine Coast and Cuddles the animated koala will be there to show off a new book, Cuddles of Tea Tree Bay.
There will be music by Simon Russell Baker, Sam Shepherd and the Dennis Sisters with MC Sam Coward from 91.1 HotFM and a short play will be performed by Little Seed Theatre Company.
You can learn the koala song with Dave Norman and Rachel Halverson, enjoy some storytelling or be entertained by the Noosa Alive dancers.
For more information contact Meghan Halverson 0449 255 898 or email koalameghan@earthlink.net

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