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Aussie Ark was thrilled to host its third Gala dinner, celebrating eight years of ambitious wildlife conservation. Hosted in the beautiful Curzon
Hall, Aussie Ark welcomed 300 guests to celebrate 8 ambitious years of wildlife conservation and devilish success. Emcee Mark Beretta entertained and thrilled the audience all night, whilst speakers Professor Mike Letnic, and 2018 Australian Geographic Young Conservationist of the Year, Sophia Skarparis also delivered powerful messages of conservation. Aussie Arks newest and cutest joeys delighted guests all evening, showing them exactly what we are working towards protecting and insuring for the future.

Aussie Ark would like to thank their event sponsors The Botanical Work Shop, Captain Cook Cruises, Northcote Pottery, Taronga Zoo, Featherdale Wildlife Park, Port Stephen 4WD Tours, Moonshadow Cruises, Kelly-Anne Love Artworks, Shannon Dwyer, Danielle Burford, Australian Reptile Park, Marini Ferlazzo, Crowne Plaza Terrigal, Symbio Wildlife Park, Birdsnest and James Patrick. An event such as this only comes together with many hands and we are grateful for their support. We would also like to thank Curzon Hall and their staff for all the behind the scenes work to help run a smooth event, Helping Hands, CT Productions, Flock Wildlife and Jay Productions for jumping on board and creating a seamless event.

“It is humbling to see so many individuals come together to show support and solidarity for Australian wildlife conservation” Aussie Ark Director, Liz Gabriel

Additionally, as another year draws to a close Aussie Ark is forever grateful for the support of their partners Australian Reptile Park, Re:wild, FAME, Australian Geographic, Ellerston, Zoo Zurich, Sporting Shooters Association, Office of Environmnet and Heritage, Sydney Helicopters, Australian Wildlife Society, Glencore, Pairi Daiza, Zoo Leipzig and Symbio Wildlife Park. Each organization is committed to the conservation of wildlife and are steadfast in their mission to protect our species.