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Seven reasons we still have no confidence in John Barilaro

Seven reasons we still have no confidence in John Barilaro

Seriously wounded and weakened NSW deputy premier John Barilaro has survived Labor’s no confidence motion. "But there are many reasons why the people of Australia’s most populous state should remain less than confident about the member for Monaro", Andrew Cox Reclaim...

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Premier’s resolve on koalas needed to help save Kosciuszko

Premier’s resolve on koalas needed to help save Kosciuszko

Reclaim Kosci congratulates NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian for standing firm to protect koalas from attacks by Deputy Premier John Barilaro and his National Party. Now the Premier needs to stand up and save Kosciuszko National Park. "The Premier’s action in standing...

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ACT shows the way on feral horse control

ACT shows the way on feral horse control

The ACT Government has sent a strong message to its NSW and Victorian counterparts with the release of the 2020 Namadgi National Park Feral Horse Management Plan.   Reclaim Kosci welcomes the plan, which contains tough new measures designed to protect horses from...

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Count the horses and get on with their removal

Count the horses and get on with their removal

A new count of feral horses in Kosciuszko National Park announced by NSW environment minister Matt Kean today is a win for Kosciuszko: it will allow emergency horse removal to continue while improving confidence there remains a horse population crisis despite the...

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ACT environment minister shows why he’s a Gentleman

ACT environment minister shows why he’s a Gentleman

We were pleased to see ACT minister for the environment and heritage Mick Gentleman supporting the efforts of his NSW and Victorian counterparts to manage horse populations in the Australian Alps. In recent letters to NSW environment minister Matt Kean and Victorian...

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Deputy premier’s attack on NSW parks service condemned

Deputy premier’s attack on NSW parks service condemned

Reclaim Kosci has condemned NSW deputy premier John Barilaro’s extraordinary attack on the state’s National Parks and Wildlife Service and NSW environment minister Matt Kean. Mr Barilaro launched his attack on Ray Hadley’s 2GB radio show on Wednesday, saying he was...

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Media releases

For more media releases about this subject, also view media releases by the Invasive Species Council.

Seven reasons we still have no confidence in John Barilaro

Seriously wounded and weakened NSW deputy premier John Barilaro has survived Labor’s no confidence motion. "But there are many reasons why the people of Australia’s most populous state should remain less than confident about the member for Monaro", Andrew Cox Reclaim...

read more

Premier’s resolve on koalas needed to help save Kosciuszko

Reclaim Kosci congratulates NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian for standing firm to protect koalas from attacks by Deputy Premier John Barilaro and his National Party. Now the Premier needs to stand up and save Kosciuszko National Park. "The Premier’s action in standing...

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ACT shows the way on feral horse control

The ACT Government has sent a strong message to its NSW and Victorian counterparts with the release of the 2020 Namadgi National Park Feral Horse Management Plan.   Reclaim Kosci welcomes the plan, which contains tough new measures designed to protect horses from...

read more

Count the horses and get on with their removal

A new count of feral horses in Kosciuszko National Park announced by NSW environment minister Matt Kean today is a win for Kosciuszko: it will allow emergency horse removal to continue while improving confidence there remains a horse population crisis despite the...

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Deputy premier’s attack on NSW parks service condemned

Reclaim Kosci has condemned NSW deputy premier John Barilaro’s extraordinary attack on the state’s National Parks and Wildlife Service and NSW environment minister Matt Kean. Mr Barilaro launched his attack on Ray Hadley’s 2GB radio show on Wednesday, saying he was...

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Stories from Kosci

Feral horse control is needed in the Australian Alps

Feral horse control is needed in the Australian Alps

The "save-the-brumby" debate has kicked off again recently and I've been asked a bit what's the sitch is so I thought I'd share some perspective. I've tried to summarise the scientific part (the political gets messy). As a horse rider and lover of nearly 20 years I...

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Imagine this

Imagine this

Close your eyes. It’s a moonlit night in our beautiful Kosciuszko National Park, a jewel of our natural heritage…

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Wild hooves muddy my waters

Wild hooves muddy my waters

A lot has been written about the ‘majestic brumbies’ of Kosciuszko, but why hasn’t more been written about the incredible native animals that have called this place home for millions of years?

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Kosciuszko: Post 2020 fire responses

Kosciuszko: Post 2020 fire responses

In January 2020 severe bushfires burnt parts of Kosciuszko National Park impacting its National Heritage listed catchment wetlands, fauna and flora values. The fires also impacted part of Cabramurra, Mt Selwyn ski resort, Snowy 2 engineering equipment and historic...

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Events

Environment Exchange: Horses in Kosciuszko National Park

WHERE: Conservation Council ACT Region, Unit 14/ 26 Barry Drive, Ground Floor of Lena Karmel Lodge WHEN: 12:00 Noon – 2:00PM Tuesday 19 November 2019 Please join the ACT Conservation Council for a robust and lively discussion on feral horses in Kosciuszko National...

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Save Kosci petition protest and debate in Sydney!

IT'S A PARK, NOT A PADDOCK! Join us on Thursday, August 22 when the NSW Parliament debates the impacts of feral horses on Kosciuszko National Park. More than 12,000 people signed the petition calling for this debate and it’s now going to happen! The Parliament will...

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Narjong (water) Healing Ceremony

This is an open invitation to all people who care about our waterways and catchments to attend a traditional water healing ceremony by senior lore men led by Uncle Max Dulumunmun Harrison. When: March 3 2019. Where: Cooinbul Hut, Kosciuszko National Park. We will be...

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Reclaim Kosci represents a broad consortium of individuals and organisations that love Kosciuszko National Park fand seek to protect it from the impacts of feral horses.

Reclaim Kosci respectfully acknowledges the Traditional Owners of the land on which we live, work and learn. We pay respect to elders past, present and future, and recognise the continuing connection of Indigenous and Torres Strait Islander peoples to the land, water and culture.