From: $175 USD
Duration: 1 - 3 days per region
Type: Groups, Shared.
Departs: See Dates Below
Members of Australian Wildlife Journeys have created a series of coordinated 'conservation action days' across multiple regions of Australia from July onwards. These itineraries will be designed to allow travellers to enjoy Australia's remarkable wildlife encounters, combined with conservation projects that are timed correctly, to create meaningful impact on local ecosystems.
Group conservation activities will take place in the following regions and could include tree planting, weed eradication, citizen science and wildlife observation/counts for species such as Koalas, Glossy-black Cockatoos and other species impacted from the bushfires.
These conservation action days are spaced in a manner that will allow travellers to enjoy wildlife encounters or other sightseeing opportunities around these designated days.
*Please note: There will be fees to participate to cover the program costs and contribute to foundations directly linked to these activities.
If this is of interest, please email the contacts below associated with each experience, or fill out your contact details in the enquiry form if you're interested in booking an Australian wide package. Thank you for contributing to a better future for Australia's native wildlife.
Koala tree planting will take place in the rivers and creeks around the You Yangs and Brisbane Ranges, just outside Melbourne, to establish much-needed Koala habitat on some beautiful Western Plains farms. There is no digging, just planting trees in prepared holes and arranging stakes and guards.
Across these days, the groups will plant hundreds of trees or remove around thousands of weeds to create Koala habitat. Echidna Walkabout Nature Tours is the major supporter and donor of not for profit Koala Clancy Foundation. Please note that this tour is not for profit, with 100% of proceeds being donated to Koala conservation.
Be sure to combine your tree-planting day(s) with one of the following tours to support regional communities across Victoria! Great Ocean Road (3 days), Mungo Outback Journey (4 days) or Koalas & Kangaroos in the Wild (1 day).
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In partnership with Land for Wildlife Kangaroo Island, these conservation action days will remove key threats to plants and animals across private landholdings, giving threatened species populations an opportunity to recover from the bushfires and increase in population.
Kangaroo Island supports over 200 native fauna species and over 900 species of plants, seventeen of which are nationally threatened. Activities across these days are likely to include biodiversity surveys, weed control, checking survey equipment (cameras, fencing materials) and tree planting. Stay longer and experience the amazing diversity on Kangaroo Island and see more of the wildlife that these actions will help via the East End Explorer or Island Life day tours.
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This program offers you an exclusive opportunity to work alongside industry experts and assist in conducting valuable research that will aid in the preservation of Far North Queensland’s endangered wildlife.
The rainforests of the Tablelands provide habitat for a rich array of marsupials, reptiles, invertebrates and over 320 birds, but one of the iconic species of the region is the Spotted-tailed Quoll.
You will join the researchers and other team members as they check camera traps and motion detection areas to catalogue sightings, document food sources, locations and behaviours and search for evidence of visits form the Spotted-tailed Quolls. We kindly ask that our guests keep all research locations confidential. This will protect the success of our future research.
This tour is not for profit with all proceeds going directly to The Australian Quoll Conservancy (AQC).
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