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The Australian Wildlife Conservancy (AWC) was established to combat Australia's high mammal extinction rate and high proportion of extinction-threatened animals and plants.
The organisation aims to develop and implement a new model for conservation to reverse the decline in Australia's wildlife by:
AWC owns and manages 23 properties, protecting endangered wildlife across more than 3 million hectares in iconic regions such as the Kimberley, Cape York, Lake Eyre and the Top End. The AWC estate protects a very high proportion of Australia's terrestrial biodiversity including:
AWC additionally partners with Indigenous landholders, being the only organisation to have ever subleased Indigenous pastoral land for conservation, delivering substantial conservation gains as well as income and socio-economic benefits for Indigenous landholders.
Australian Wildlife Conservancy
Suite 5, 280 Hay St
Subiaco WA 6008
PO Box 8070
Subiaco East WA 6008
Ph: (08) 9380 9633
Fax: (08) 9380 9631