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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 74% of native mammal species, 88% of native bird species, 54% of reptile species and 56% of amphibian species.


Richard Underwood Nature Refuge

The Richard Underwood Nature Refuge is a critical site for the conservation of the Northern Hairy-nosed Wombat, one of Australia’s...

North Head Sanctuary

Perched on the north side of Sydney Harbour, North Head Sanctuary protects 74 hectares of important remnant bushland surrounded by...

Waulinbakh Wildlife Sanctuary

Situated less than three hours north of Sydney,  on the Traditional Lands of the Worimi Nation, Waulinbakh Wildlife Sanctuary protects...


The Ngalurrtju Aboriginal Land Trust sprawls across 323,128 hectares on the eastern edge of the Great Sandy Desert bioregion in...


Covering over 6 million hectares across 14 properties in the Northern Territory and Queensland, many of NAPCo’s pastoral properties largely...

The Western River Refuge

The Western River Refuge is a joint project between Australian Wildlife Conservancy, Kangaroo Island Land for Wildlife and private landholders...


Spanning the central and northern Kimberley, Wilinggin is an extensive Indigenous Protected Area and the traditional lands of the Ngarinyin...

Bullo River Station

Covering over 164,000 hectares in the north-west corner of the Northern Territory, Bullo River Station is both a working pastoral...

Mallee Cliffs National Park

Spanning over 58,000 hectares in western New South Wales, Mallee Cliffs National Park contains one of the largest feral-proof fences...

Dambimangari Partnership

Dambimangari (Dam-bee-man-gad-dee) Country, home of the Worrorra People, encompasses a vast area of Land and Sea Country that stretches along...


Protecting over 5,000 hectares of crucial habitat in the Murray Darling region, Yookamurra Wildlife Sanctuary is a stronghold for Australia’s...

Yampi Sound Training Area

The Yampi Sound Training Area is an area of outstanding conservation value, with the highlands having been virtually untouched for...


Wongalara protects over 190,000 hectares of southern Arnhem Land, and includes the largest feral herbivore-free area on mainland Australia. It...

The Pilliga

Representing a landmark collaboration between AWC and the NSW National Parks and Wildlife Service, the Pilliga project area protects a...


Tableland Partnership Area protects over 300,000 hectares of the remote central Kimberley, and provides a new model for integrating conservation...


“Scotia Wildlife Sanctuary ... a vitally important project for Australia and for the planet.” - Sir David Attenborough Scotia Wildlife...

Pungalina-Seven Emu

Pungalina-Seven Emu Wildlife Sanctuary protects an area of extraordinary conservation value, including 100km of the nationally significant Calvert River, and...

Piccaninny Plains

Piccaninny Plains lies in the heart of Cape York Peninsula, a region of global significance for conservation. Covering almost 165,000...


Paruna Wildlife Sanctuary, just outside of Perth, forms an important wildlife corridor along the Avon River, between Walyunga and Avon...


Newhaven Wildlife Sanctuary is one of Australia’s largest non-government protected areas, offering beautiful scenery and a diverse mix of arid...

Mt Gibson

Mt Gibson Wildlife Sanctuary protects a large area of diverse habitat in the south of Western Australia. As the site...

Mount Zero-Taravale

The Mount Zero-Taravale Sanctuary (Gugu Badhun country) covers a large area of spectacular landscape adjacent to the Wet Tropics World...

Mornington – Marion Downs

Mornington - Marion Downs is a model for conservation in northern Australia, protecting 580,772 hectares of the iconic Kimberley region.


Karakamia was AWC’s first sanctuary, protecting 268 hectares of wetlands, granite outcrops, and large areas of Jarrah, Wandoo, and Marri...


Kalamurina protects a vast area of desert in the heart of Australia, on the shores of Kati Thanda-Lake Eyre. It...

Faure Island

Faure Island is part of the Shark Bay World Heritage Area, tucked between the Peron Peninsula and mainland Western Australia....


Located on the Eyre Peninsula, Dakalanta Wildlife Sanctuary protects a diverse range of ecosystems. This crucial habitat supports a large population of...


Curramore Wildlife Sanctuary is home to a high abundance and diversity of wildlife, including 10 threatened vertebrate species. It protects a...


Buckaringa Wildlife Sanctuary conserves 2,000 hectares of the central Flinders Ranges in South Australia. AWC plays an important role in...


Brooklyn Sanctuary supports a greater diversity of wildlife than any other single property in Australia. It protects an incredible variety...


Bowra Wildlife Sanctuary lies in the heart of the Mulga Lands Bioregion, and constitutes an important refuge for the wildlife of the...

Charnley River – Artesian Range

Charnley River-Artesian Range has a vital role to play in protecting and restoring the endangered wildlife of northern Australia.


Working in partnership with Traditional Owners, pastoralists and governments, Australian Wildlife Conservancy’s effective conservation programs and influence spans more than 12.9 million hectares.

Our 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.

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Ecohealth Reports

AWC’s Ecohealth monitoring program has been developed to measure and report on the status and trend of species, ecological processes and threats at all AWC sanctuaries and partnership projects. At each site a range of ecological indicators are selected, which focus on species at risk of decline, major threatening processes, and a broad range of other metrics for wildlife and vegetation.

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