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January 16, 2020

AWC Chief Executive, Tim Allard, is at Parliament House today participating in the Environment Minister’s bushfire response roundtable which is thrashing out emergency interventions to effectively protect and restore wildlife impacted by the recent catastrophic bushfir...

January 16, 2020

Our mission is the effective long-term conservation of all native Australian wildlife, not just the fluffy ones.

The true extent of the bushfire impact on reptiles, frogs, insects and invertebrates is hard to gauge, but early estimates suggest the losses are catastrophi...

January 9, 2020

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Given the recent catastrophe to the wildlife and flora in Australia, we want to acknowledge and support the efforts that are underway to protect our most valuable assets.  Our hearts go out to the families who have lost loved ones, the communities who have lost h...

November 27, 2019

Established in 1989, Yookamurra Wildlife Sanctuary – AWC’s dedicated education hub, and an important feral-free haven for threatened species – is celebrating 30 years of protecting land for conservation.

Yookamurra’s conservation legacy

Dr John Wamsley, of Earth Sanctuar...

November 27, 2019

Iconic Australian mammal, the Bilby, is back in New South Wales’ Mallee region.

As the sun set over Mallee Cliffs National Park on Wednesday, Australian Wildlife Conservancy released 30 Greater Bilbies (Macrotis lagotis) into a purpose-built feral predator-free area. Th...

November 27, 2019

Australian Wildlife Conservancy (AWC) has restored a species that was considered extinct to a New South Wales national park. 

On Friday, just after sunset, 33 Bridled Nailtail Wallabies, including eight pouch young, were released into the feral predator-free area in the...

November 27, 2019

Against the backdrop of a global extinction crisis, AWC continues to deliver significant positive conservation outcomes for our threatened wildlife and their habitats.  

The winning formula behind AWC’s proven conservation success is our commitment to practical lan...

November 27, 2019

An ambitious conservation project is bringing native animals back from the brink of extinction. It is in the form of the world’s biggest cat-proof fence being built 300km outside Alice Springs. The fence will protect animals like the rufous hare-wallaby, which will bec...

November 27, 2019

While the world is facing a global extinction crisis, the Australian Wildlife Conservancy is taking positive action, and has reintroduced the regionally extinct Mala to its traditional habitat within the largest feral predator-free area on mainland Australia.

This natio...

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