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Conservation Projects

Aussie Ark has a vision of creating a long-term future for threatened Australian wildlife. Through collaborative partnerships, community support and a focus on delivering positive results for our wildlife, Aussie Ark is committed to select and meaningful projects that will make a real difference.

 See more about our current and future planned projects below.

  • High in the hills of the Barrington Tops is a critical project working to save an endangered Australian animal. Devil Ark is the largest conservation breeding program for the Tasmanian devil on mainland Australia....

  • Following another extremely successful breeding season at Aussie Ark in 2018 with the birth of 30 new baby quolls, the Aussie Ark insurance population now is home to over 60 Endangered Eastern quolls!...

  • Everyday 1 million small Australian mammals are killed by feral cats, meaning that in the blink of an eye 11 mammals are gone. Nothing we do will ever bring them back....

  • Keep your eyes on this space for our next exciting project to help the Brush-tailed rock wallaby. Coming Jan 2019...

  • The first and largest Koala sanctuary in the world...

  • Australia’s Wildlife Ark is an adaptive and progressive organisation and continually seeking to learn from projects as we continue the fight against extinction. Importantly it is becoming clear that fences are a necessary tool in saving Australian flora and fauna....

  • Scotch broom (Cytisus scoparius) is present in the Barrington region, and is considered a noxious weed in NSW. The plant out-competes most native species and excludes native grasses and shrubs....

  • Freshwater turtles are natures vacuums, they are critical to our freshwater ecosystems, cleaning up our beautiful river systems, keeping aquatic vegetation in balance, and maintaining the stunning waterways we are so proud of....