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Give hope to Australia’s wildlife this Christmas

Despite the challenges of Covid-19, AWC’s team of dedicated field ecologists and land managers are continuing to deliver some of Australia’s most ambitious and important conservation projects.  

Please give our wildlife something to celebrate this Christmas and New Year by making a tax deductible donation to support one of our priority projects.  


The Curramore Challenge

We have just 6 weeks to raise $550,000 to secure a rare opportunity to expand our Curramore Wildlife Sanctuary, extending our conservation footprint in the Blackall Ranges by 15%.

Your gift will be doubled!

100% of every donation you make towards this project will be matched until our goal is reached.


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Where we work

Covering over 6.5 million hectares (16.1 million acres), AWC owns, manages or works in partnership on more land than any other non-government conservation organisation in Australia.

Our 30 locations are situated in key regions including the Kimberley, the Top End, Cape York, Kati Thanda-Lake Eyre and the southwestern forests. It is possible to visit 9 AWC sanctuaries.


Webinar seriesAWC in Conversation

Join us for a series of live conversations, coming to you directly from the AWC team, as we discuss delivering effective conservation amid the unexpected challenges of 2020.

Click below to find out more and watch previous Conversations.


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