Australia Zoo is proud to fund various national and international Conservation Projects. Our current projects are successfully helping to protect many species including crocodiles, tigers, wombats, elephants and cheetah.
The fight for conservation is a big job - we can't go it alone. Australia Zoo has formed partnerships with companies from around the globe who kindly offer their help, to make a difference. Read more
The Irwin family and Australia Zoo have purchased close to half a million acres from our backyard in Beerwah and arid western Queensland to far north in Cape York Peninsula Heathland. Read more
Australia Zoo has established a number of programs that will enable our wildlife to have the greatest chance of survival. Programs we have in place: Endangered Species Breeding, Priority Species Breeding, Field Study, Habitat Acquisition, Rescue and Documentaries. Read more
Australia Zoo Wildlife Warriors Worldwide Ltd was established in 2002, initially by Steve and Terri Irwin as a way to include and involve other caring people to support the protection of injured, threatened or endangered wildlife - from the individual animal to an entire species. Read more