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WWF staff in onesies on Bondi Beach for wild onesie week 2016 © WWF-Aus / Bondi Advertising
There are all sorts of ways that you can help WWF-Australia. The truth is, none of our achievements – helping to save endangered wildlife, habitats and communities around the world – would be possible without you, our supporters.
Whether it’s a financial contribution, signing a petition, taking part in one of our adventure challenges or sharing our messages with friends and family via social media, your time, actions and generosity are at the heart of our work.
One person or group cannot take on the Earth's conservation challenges alone, but together we can.
Together, anything is possible, so get involved to save wildlife and protect the places we love, today!
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It’s time to reduce your use. Small changes have a huge impact for our planet and marine wildlife.
Reduce your use
Photo by Viktor Hanacek
There are simple choices and changes we can make in our daily lives that will help us live more sustainably.
© Wim van Passel / WWF
WWF-Australia and Phillip
Island Nature Parks have partnered to create the ‘Antarctic Journey’ attraction at the Nobbies Centre on Phillip Island.
Here's what we're working on now..
Koala numbers are plummeting due to weakened tree-clearing laws in Queensland.
The black-flanked rock-wallaby is threatened by fox and feral cat predation, habitat destruction, and competition for food and shelter.