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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.

  • Conservation organisations Aussie Ark, WildArk, Re:Wild and Australian Reptile Park have secured for protection 1,500-hectares of...

  • Conservation organisation Aussie Ark is thrilled to announce that it has acquired the Curricabark property after a month of fundraising. The ...

  • Conservation organisation Aussie Ark’s fight against Australia’s extinction crisis has led to the official opening of its 400Ha...

  • The #DevilComeback is a historic effort to return the iconic Tasmanian Devil to mainland Australia for the first time in 3,000 years...

  • Aussie Ark has announced that they have returned the extinct Eastern quoll to the Barrington Tops for the first time since its disappearance from mainland...

  • Aussie Ark was thrilled to host its third Gala dinner, celebrating eight years of ambitious wildlife conservation. ...

  • Aussie Ark fenced sanctuaries in the Barrington Tops are providing a safe haven, free of feral predators, not only to the 7 keystone species calling its grounds...

  • 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...

  • Aussie Ark released 17 Eastern quolls back to the wild at Booderee National park in May 2019. The Eastern quoll is what is known as a ‘critical weight...

  • High in the hills of the Barrington Tops, Devil Ark is a critical project working to save the endangered Australian Tasmanian devil. Devil Ark...

  • Aussie Ark has a vision of providing a pre-European environment to the mammals that once inhabited the NSW Barrington region...

  • Aussie Ark has created a safe-haven and wildlife protection for the Brush-tailed rock-wallaby and is working towards...

  • This project will improve the species’ trajectory and create a safe haven, preventing extinction should the pattern of decline continue...

  • Freshwater turtles are natures vacuums, they are critical to our freshwater ecosystems, cleaning up our beautiful river systems...

  • The removal of noxious introduced weed is a major focus of the Aussie Ark team. In the 2019-2020 financial year, approximately 35Ha...