AWC

New hope for Australia's wildlife and habitats

Northern Bettong In Danbulla National Park, North Queensland. W Lawler/AWC

Help AWC scale up conservation this tax-time

As 30 June approaches, please consider a tax-deductible gift that will go directly towards the ongoing conservation of Australia’s most threatened species and their habitats.

Your support will help AWC to scale up the delivery of priority actions, like fire management, feral herbivore control, weed eradication, rewilding and science programs aimed at halting biodiversity decline and restoring Australia’s natural capital.

Under the $3 million Matching Challenge, you’ll be making an even bigger difference where it counts – in the field.

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 31 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 11 AWC sanctuaries.

 

Wildlife we protect

Australia is one of the most important nations on Earth for biodiversity. Most of Australia’s wildlife is found nowhere else in the world, making its conservation even more important.

AWC protects some of the nation’s most iconic and endangered wildlife including 72% of native mammal species, 88% of native bird species, 55% of reptile species and 54% of amphibian species.

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Latest News

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 challenges of 2020/21.

Click below to find out more and watch previous Conversations.

 

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Visit an AWC Sanctuary

From the Kimberley to Cape York, central Australia and the Top End, AWC’s network of wildlife sanctuaries include a large range of remote and iconic regions. At certain times of the year, we welcome visitors to 11 of our 31 locations around Australia, to experience the benefits of AWC’s effective conservation first-hand.

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