Current Campaigns

Projects that are ending extinction

Help us restore Australia’s biodiversity. Every little bit helps.

Banner image, Closed eye and top of bill of a platypus. Photo by Doug Gimesy

Southern Brush-tailed Rock-wallaby and her joey. Photo by Annette Ruzicka
Southern Brush-tailed Rock-wallaby and her joey. Photo by Annette Ruzicka

Odonata Sanctuary Network

Odonata's sanctuary network, or SEASON, is working to protect species from predators and is a vital part of saving threatened species right now.

This expanded network of sanctuaries will provide scale, genetic diversity and population resilience by supporting a greater range of species and spreading the climatic and financial risks for insurance populations.

Byron Bay Wildlife Hospital

Byron Bay Wildlife Hospital operates from a customised semi-trailer sized veterinary hospital that can be rushed to wherever the wildlife emergency is.

The 2022 floods have affected countless vulnerable animals, putting the Byron Bay Wildlife Hospital team in the epicentre of this national disaster. The full impact of these floods is still emerging.

Injured Sacred Kingfisher. Photo by Byron Bay Wildlife Hospital
Injured Sacred Kingfisher. Photo by Byron Bay Wildlife Hospital
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Byron Bay Wildlife Sanctuary

Byron Bay Wildlife Sanctuary is currently in the progress of updating its offering, to reflect the new ownership under Wildlife Recovery Australia.

Everything you experience, and every dollar you spend, will help us work towards the best outcomes for wildlife. 

Thank you for your ongoing support.

The Great Australian Platypus Search

One of Australia’s most unique and iconic creatures is now at risk of extinction. The platypus is an Australian icon and an important indigenous species.

There is now mounting evidence showing rapid population decline and localised extinctions. You can help us take immediate action to help protect the platypus disappearing from our waterways.

Platypus. Photo by Doug Gimesy
Platypus. Photo by Doug Gimesy
Eucalyptus sapling. Photo by Zoe Schaeffer
Eucalyptus sapling. Photo by Zoe Schaeffer

Project Biome & Farmer's Footprint

Project Biome is the parent organisation of the highly respected and paradigm disrupting charity, Farmer’s Footprint.

Developed by Zach Bush MD in 2019 the project is informing and inspiring thousands of consumers, farmers and stakeholders to the potential of regenerative agriculture.