Would you like to help Aussie endangered animals and their habitat?

Brush-tailed Rock-wallabies will soon live in the protected bush at Conmurra as they prepare on their journey back to the wild landscapes devastated by the bushfires.

Can you help?

People just like you recently helped to protect Rufous Bettong, Long-nosed Potoroo, Southern Brown Bandicoot and Parma Wallaby in a new woodland enclosure and they are now thriving. 


You can support our ongoing efforts to provide safe homes and breeding programs for Aussie endangered animals including the Brush-tailed Rock-wallaby.



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Or, VOLUNTEER and participate in on-ground conservation projects

You don't need special skills* to volunteer, just be to happy to help out, share a story or a laugh and have an interest in the Aussie bush and its animals. 18 years and over unless supervised. Please see details below. Activities include:

- Tree planting and weeding - Bush regeneration - Walking trail maintenance - Building nest boxes -
- Wildlife surveys and monitoring - Enclosure maintenance - Animal husbandry*- Feeding the animals*-
- Building new enclosures - Removing old farm fencing - General property maintenance 


Sunday 27 February 10am to 3pm: Weeding, trail and fire maintenance

Sunday 27 March: Activities TBC

Please check the current covid restrictions and the weather forecast before each volunteer day.

If you would like to volunteer at Conmurra please get in touch with us here.

You can also download a Volunteer Application & Safety Induction form here

Don't forget, you can also follow our journey and keep in touch via Facebook, Instagram, TikTok and Twitter

Up close with the dingo pups
Working on an enclosure
Happy tree planters!
Fence building can be fun
Dingo puppies!
Planting for endangered butterflies
More dingo puppies!
  • All volunteers will need to be inducted before commencing.

  • We can only accept volunteers over 18 years of age, unless accompanied by a parent or guardian.

  • Though we don't expect everyone to have special skills, we do expect that you have a reasonable level of fitness so that you can participate in activities like weeding, tree planting, removing fencing etc. Conmurra is situated on a hill so there will be times where some walking or hiking is involved.

  • Animal husbandry (feeding and handling) can only be conducted under direct supervision so will not be on offer all the time. It is expected that volunteers who want to work directly with the animals will have some prior experience or training in a zoo, wildlife park, vet, pound or animal boarding facility. 

  • All activities are conducted in conjunction with our COVID-SAFE plan.Please note that some activities may have a cap on numbers due to social distancing requirements

  • Unfortunately, at this time, we cannot take students needing to complete work placement/experience hours. We understand this is important for people wanting to work with animals and hope to be able to assist in the future so please keep in touch!