AWC has more experience than any other non-government organisation in Australia in translocating threatened wildlife. We have established populations of 11 threatened mammal species across five predator-free areas, involving the translocation of more than 6,000 animals into and out of...
Feral cats and foxes are having a severe impact on native wildlife populations in central and southern Australia. AWC is Australia’s leading proponent of conservation fencing, establishing large large feral-free areas to protect Australia's endangered species.
Fire regimes have changed dramatically in Australia, with an increase in the scale and intensity of wildfires, particularly in northern Australia. AWC implements the largest private fire management program in Australia.
There are an estimated 300,000 camels, 400,000 feral horses, five million feral donkeys, 23.5 million feral pigs and 150,000 buffalo across Australia. AWC has established the two biggest feral herbivore-free areas on the mainland at Wongalara and Mornington-Marion Downs.
Invasive weeds displace or degrade habitat for wildlife across Australia. AWC is implementing practical and innovative weed control measures across our sanctuaries, targeting a range of key weeds including Lantana, Parkinsonia, Calotropis, Gamba Grass and Grader Grass.
AWC recognises Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples as the First Peoples of this land and supports the better delivery of outcomes for Australia’s First Nations People. Our mission and work is intertwined with supporting these outcomes.