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  • Help us name our newest Aussie Ark resident - our Parma wallaby joey!...

  • Aussie Ark would like to congratulate Global Wildlife Conservation on the creation of Earth Alliance’s Amazon Forest Fund with an initial commitment of $5 million — and more than $1 million and counting in small donations to protect the Amazon....

  • The UN recently put out a report stating that one million of the world’s species are endangered, an alarming statistic. Based on a review of about 15,000 scientific and government sources and compiled by 145 expert authors from 50 countries, the global report is the first comprehensive look in 15 years at the state of the planet’s biodiversity....

  • The fencing of Aussie Ark's largest sanctuary yet has been completed. 400 Hectares of pristine wilderness will soon come to protect some of Australia’s most iconic species ...

  • Earlier this year Aussie Ark, in conjunction with Rewilding Australia, released 17 of our own Eastern quolls back into the wild at Booderee National Park. ...

  • Southern Brown Bandicoots are one of the keystone species at Aussie Ark. As Ecosystem engineers they play a vital role in maintaining healthy ecosystems. Through their digging, they help to improve soil health by turning over organic matter, bringing deep soils and their nutrients to the surface....

  • Startling new research has shed a light on how dire the problem of feral cats is in Australia. Cats are killing six million animals a day in Australia. This is a fact shared in a new book, Cats in Australia: Companion and Killer....

  • Tasmanian devil breeding season is upon us! Tasmanian devils become sexually mature at two years, generally mating between March and April. Once mated, the male devil refuses to let the female eat for the remainder of the mating period, which can last up to two weeks! So, it is important that our devils remain incredibly healthy prior to mating season....

  • Tasmanian devil breeding season is upon us! Tasmanian devils become sexually mature at two years, generally mating between March and April. Once mated, the male devil refuses to let the female eat for the remainder of the mating period, which can last up to two weeks! So, it is important that our devils remain incredibly healthy prior to mating season....

  • In April, Aussie Ark celebrated the arrival of two Long-nosed potoroo joeys, just in time for Easter! The Long-nosed potoroo is the smallest and most ancient member of the kangaroo family  and represent, a living fossil, having remained relatively unchanged for around 10 million years. Once widespread along the East coast of Australia, and like many other smaller native mammals, its population has declined and fragmented since the introduction of foxes and cats, making it difficult for breeding, resulting in local extinctions....

  • Earlier this year Aussie Ark welcomed its founding two Brush-tailed rock wallabies to their state of the art, purpose-built facilities. The animals have settled in well to their new home in the Barrington Tops and were recently joined by a third female Brush-tailed rock-wallaby....

  • Aussie Ark released 17 Eastern quolls back to the wild at Booderee National park in May. The Eastern quoll is what is known as a ‘critical weight range’ species, lying in the 35g-5.5kg range of mammal weights, which are particularly susceptible to fox predation...