Animal conservation groups are continuing to return wildlife back to their habitats after the devastating Australian brush fires scorched the countryside.
The marsupials were housed at The Australian National University until the nature reserve was repaired.
And while there were six cages opened, there were actually seven koalas welcomed back to their home. Yellow the koala was carrying a joey in her pouch.
The koalas were not the only animals to return home recently.
After four months, platypuses were taken home to their ponds after being housed at the Taronga Zoo Sydney until they could be returned.
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