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Add your voice to demand urgent action to protect and restore nature.

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The largest, most innovative wildlife and landscape regeneration program. Ever.

Regenerate Australia is our bold vision to rehabilitate and restore wildlife and habitats and future-proof Australia against climate disasters.


The bushfire tragedy of 2019-20 united us all as a nation. Together, we watched, horrified, as iconic landscapes burnt and wildlife, homes and lives were all destroyed.

We watched firefighters battling the blazes. We watched vets, wildlife carers, emergency workers and volunteers working tirelessly, around the clock, to save our wildlife, homes and bushland. Their courage, compassion and dedication highlighted the very nature of what it means to be Australian.


It will take us all working together over the coming decades to recover what was lost.

It’s time to showcase our ingenuity. Time to call on our generations of knowledge. Time to work together to restore what we have lost.


Because Australian nature needs our Australian nature.

Download our Roadmap to Regeneration

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Australia’s wildlife and wild places are at risk. Our bold vision to Regenerate Australia at scale is the answer. But we can’t do it alone. We need your support and collaboration.


As a change maker in your industry, your business can help lead the way to positive change. Join us as we deliver these long-term, strategic projects.


By working in partnership, WWF-Australia aims to drive conservation results that would not otherwise be possible. Get in touch today to find out how you can partner with WWF-Australia. Australia’s wildlife and wild places are at risk.


Together, we can create a world in which our Australian nature supports our Australian nature, so that both can thrive together.

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Nicole Warne and Victoria Lee spent the day helping Bangalow Koalas plant koala habitat trees © WWF-Australia

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