Footage of an adorable koala joey under the care of two zookeepers has been released in celebration of her first birthday.
Imogen has grown bigger but stayed as cute as ever under the care of Kylie Elliot and Matt Radnidge from Symbio Wildlife Park in Helensburgh, south of Sydney.
Video taken during Imogen's first photo shoot at 10 months of age, was released in preparation for her first birthday festivities.
Video of the adorable little koala joey also shows her cuddling with her koala toy and latching on to it with her tiny claws.
Imogen has become an online sensation with comments and messages of support from all over the world.
So fluffy! The koala joey has been under the care of zoo staff Kylie Elliot and Matt Radnidge along with another male orphaned joey, Harry.
Imogen enjoys life at home with Ms Elliot and Mr Radnidge. The fostering job was a success, with Ms Elliot instantly taking over the role of nurturing mother and adopting Harry as her own.
Two zookeepers at Symbio Wildlife Park put their lives on hold in the last two months to hand-rear a koala joey named Imogen (pictured).
Joeys Imogen (pictured) and Harry were born at the Helensburgh park, south of Sydney, earlier this year, but sadly Harry's mother died of leukaemia when he was just 22 weeks old without receiving the vital pap baby koalas need to survive.
After consulting with industry specialists, the decision was made to hand-rear Imogen (pictured with Kylie Elliot and Matt Radnidge) who was a month older than Harry, and use her mother, Kelly, as a surrogate for Harry.
The couple have shared their journey on social media posting updates and videos of their growing koala. The latest video shows Ms Elliot carrying Imogen in a make-shift pouch during the day for her to sleep in and shots of the threesome playing happily at home.