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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WetlandCare Australia Programs

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

Our Latest News

Senior Project Officer/Project Officer Hunter Region

February 17, 2015

We are seeking applications from professionals with NRM qualifications and a desire to make a lasting change in the Hunter region area and its catchments.

Hunter Estuary Volunteers Star Online

February 17, 2015

Volunteers play a vital role in protecting and rehabilitating the Hunter estuary. WetlandCare Australia, with sponsorship from Hunter Local Land Services, has posted a video on YouTube showcasing the activity of volunteers in the estuary and calling on new people to step up and get involved.

Wetlands For Our Future

January 30, 2015

How will you be celebrating World Wetlands Day? Every year on February 2nd communities around the world mark this international day of significance with wetland-focused community event to raise awareness about the importance of wetlands on a local, national and international level. The theme for World Wetlands Day 2015 is ‘Wetlands for Our Future’. World Wetlands Day marks the signing of the Convention on Wetlands of International Importance in 1971, also known as the Ramsar Convention.
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What's On

WET Workshop in March

There will be a two-day Wetland Education & Training (WET) workshop at Sydney Olympic Park in March, focusing on the easy steps and practical operations of commonly used and emerging technologies and techniques used in monitoring wetlands. The workshop will also highlight lessons learned from successful monitoring, as well as discuss effective, practical tools.

Art and Photography Sale

Selected prize winning works from the WetlandCare Australia Photography and Art Prize 2008-2012 are for sale in our online shop. Now you can own an original artwork or photograph that explores Australia's diverse wetlands.

World Wetlands Day in South East NSW

To celebrate World Wetland Day, Conservation Volunteers through The South East Wetland Carers Network and Killalea State Park have combined to bring you a guided walk along "The Farm" beach and around Killalea Lagoon.
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