WetlandCare Australia

WetlandCare Australia

Working with communities to protect, promote and restore wetlands since 1991

Protecting, Promoting and Restoring Wetlands Since 1991

WetlandCare Australia has been dedicated to protecting and restoring Australian wetlands and inspiring others to get involved for over 20 years. Our founders envisioned a future for restoring networks of wetlands across Australia that would provide the connectivity to ensure healthy functioning ecosystems that support life. As Australia's only dedicated national wetland conservation organisation our reach has been extensive in moving that dream towards a reality.

We have earned our reputation as an influential change agent and partnership builder through our solid track record in managing and delivering hundreds of projects that have resulted in improved wetland ecosystems and their sustainable use.

Our work is far from done and we are committed to continuing the path our founders laid for delivering on their vision. Our 2011-2015 Conservation Plan (PDF - 1.7MB) outlines the next phase of that journey. By working together in partnership we will implement the plan and achieve further tangible results towards the lasting conservation of Australia's wetland heritage.

Our mission: Working with communities to protect, promote and restore wetlands and their catchments since 1991.

WetlandCare Australia is a not-for-profit, registered charitable institution, with a volunteer Board of Directors, listed on the Register of Environmental Organisations, and all donations are tax-deductible.

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Programs - Ramsar Programs - Eastern Wetlands and Water Programs - Blue Carbon Programs - Biodiversity Programs - Great Barrier Reef
 

Our Latest News

Create Koala Habitat at Cudgen Nature Reserve

April 29, 2016

Would you like to give a helping hand to Koalas? Come along to plant Koala food trees at Cudgen Nature Reserve on Sunday 15th May.

There's Mice In Those Mangroves

April 12, 2016

Locating nests for the vulnerable water mouse (Xeromys myoides) is not always an easy job, but luckily researcher Janina Kaluza is not afraid of the mud and mozzies if there is a chance of finding evidence of these little fellows in south east Queensland’s coastal wetland areas.

Crowd Funding Koala Food Trees

April 12, 2016

Koala populations in the Ballina region are in decline, and WetlandCare Australia is working with landholders to restore Koala habitat and provide food trees across the local rural landscape. But we need more funds to keep the project going, and you can help us archive this by supporting our crowd funding campaign.
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Creatures of the Swamp in Hexham

Join families and neighbours from Maryland to learn about the incredible migratory birds that travel all the way from Siberia to visit Hexham Swamp each year. Find out about the important eco-services the swamp provides for our community, and what you can do at home to protect this precious habitat.

Shoalhaven Wetland Forum

The South East Wetland Carers Network’s “Shoalhaven Wetland Forum” will provide a detailed background of how the Shoalhaven River, its extensive floodplain and associated estuaries, ICOLs and wetlands were formed. The forum will be held on May 9 at Sanctuary Point Community Centre. Bookings essential by 29 April.

Let's Connect on Koala Conservation

WetlandCare Australia is pleased to be supporting Tweed Byron Koala Connections in delivering a forum for koala conservation on Friday 6th May 2016. This forum will present the latest information on a range of practical topics in koala habitat restoration and how we can work together as a community to protect our critically threatened local koala populations.
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