Significant and rapid progress has been the drumbeat at Australian Wildlife Conservancy (AWC) over the last year, enabling us to deliver some of Australia’s most ambitious and important conservation projects.
We’re proud to share these stories of hope and offer our sincere thanks to the employees, partners, volunteers and supporters that make this progress possible. There is still a great deal of work to do, and Australia’s wildlife and habitats are facing many challenges, but by working together we can continue delivering high impact results at scale.Download our full 2022 Impact Report
Our vision is to see a world where Australia’s biodiversity is valued and effectively conserved by an engaged community.
Our mission is the effective conservation of all Australian animal species and the habitats in which they live.
We deliver to our vision and mission through:
We apply operational excellence by:
Everything we do at AWC is guided by what we value. We are:
Impact since 1991
Over the last three decades AWC has grown from a small non-profit with a single sanctuary in the Perth Hills to become a global leader in conservation. AWC’s model now delivers and influences effective conservation across more than 12.9 million hectares and we protect at least 74% of Australia’s terrestrial mammal species, 88% of terrestrial bird species and over 54% of reptile and 56% of frog species.