The world only has one Kimberley

The world only has one Kimberley

We’ve been working alongside Traditional Owners, environment groups and supporters like you to protect the Kimberley for decades. Together, we’ve fended off a coal mine in Martuwarra catchment, kept gas out of James Price Point, and secured marine parks along the Kimberley coast. Today your help is needed to tackle urgent threats and build a conservation economy future for this globally-significant region.

Get a fair say

Get a fair say

Governments and corporations come and go—but nature, the climate, and you and your community live with their decisions for generations. So should you have a fair say in the decisions that impact nature?

Wollemi National Park

Wollemi National Park

Forming part of the Greater Blue Mountains World Heritage Area, Wollemi National Park is home to many unique species including the famous Wollemi pine. And thanks to your support, the threat of coal mining has finally been removed!

Let's end deforestation

Let's end deforestation

Australia’s deforestation crisis is devastating wildlife and harming the climate. Shockingly, the latest Queensland government figures for the year 2018-19 shows that 668,208 hectares of forest and bushland was bulldozed in just one year. It's time to stop the destruction.

Join the Movement For Life

Join the Movement For Life

Make a real difference at a local level and support our national campaigns.

Act Swiftly!

Act Swiftly!

We must protect the Lonnavale Forests—sign the Act Swiftly petition today!

Protect the heart of Australia

Protect the heart of Australia

The Simpson Desert and Queensland's spectacular Channel Country form part of the Kati-Thanda-Lake Eyre Basin catchment. Worryingly, these culturally significant and biodiverse-rich landscapes are under threat from fossil fuel exploration.

Our iconic wildlife

Our iconic wildlife

Stories and guides that showcase Australia's unique and often rare animals.

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