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Creating a brighter tomorrow…

Due to the horrendous bush fires recently, there were a lot of destruction of the natural habitat and food sources of the Koalas. They lost their homes and their lives to these widespread bush fires and excessive tree cleaning.

In order to further protect Koalas, before they are gone forever and to address the issue of their national decline, our sister company, Pendragon has made a New Year Resolution to do what they can to address the situation and to save the koalas.

Pendragon has pledged to help and support local charities who are ethical, environmentally friendly and working hard to stop the destruction of endangered habitats, by planting a tree for every qualified lead they receive in 2020. 

As a team, we are glad to share that Pendragon have over 100 trees ready to be planted so far…

They will be doing more during the year and we will keep you updated! In the end, it’s up to everyone to ensure future generations get to see these iconic Aussie animals in the wild.


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Creating a brighter tomorrow…

Due to the horrendous bush fires recently, there were a lot of destruction of the natural habitat and food sources of the Koalas. They lost their homes and their lives to these widespread bush fires and excessive tree cleaning.

In order to further protect Koalas, before they are gone forever and to address the issue of their national decline, our sister company, Pendragon has made a New Year Resolution to do what they can to address the situation and to save the koalas.

Pendragon has pledged to help and support local charities who are ethical, environmentally friendly and working hard to stop the destruction of endangered habitats, by planting a tree for every qualified lead they receive in 2020. 

As a team, we are glad to share that Pendragon have over 100 trees ready to be planted so far…

They will be doing more during the year and we will keep you updated! In the end, it’s up to everyone to ensure future generations get to see these iconic Aussie animals in the wild.