Australia Zoo Wildlife Warriors

Australia Zoo Wildlife Warriors

Australia Zoo Wildlife Warriors was established by Steve and Terri Irwin in 2002 as a way to include other passionate people to join them in the care and protection of wildlife, habitat and the environment. Australia Zoo Wildlife Warriors is on the front line of wildlife conservation, helping to protect threatened or endangered species within Australia and around the world.

Our mission is to be the most effective wildlife conservation charity in the world through the delivery of outstanding outcome-based programs and projects, inclusive of humanity.

Our current conservation projects include:

- The Australia Zoo Wildlife Hospital, Beerwah QLD

- The Steve Irwin Wildlife Reserve, Far North QLD

- Cheetah Conservation, South Africa

- Tiger Conservation, Sumatra

- Elephant Conservation, Asia

- Black Rhino Conservation, Kenya

- Tasmanian Devil Conservation, Australia

Anyone can be a Wildlife Warrior! Give the gift of Karma towards one of our conservation projects or visit www.wildlifewarriors


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AUD $20

Feed One Koala For Two Weeks

Did you know Australia has the worst mammalian extinction rate compared to any other country in the world? What is even more appalling is our natio... Read More

AUD $35

Buy Medical Supplies For Wildlife Patien...

The brand new Australian Wildlife Hospital, located at Beerwah, Queensland has the capacity to treat up to 10,000 wildlife patients annually. The l... Read More

AUD $70

Pay For Veterinary Costs For One Injured...

Despite their status as the fastest land mammal on earth, cheetah are fast running out of time with an estimated 9000 to 12,000 remaining in the wi... Read More

AUD $150

Save One Tiger In The Wild For 30 Days

Every day we lose between one to five tigers due to poaching. With less than 5000 tigers remaining in the wild today (and less than 400 Sumatran ti... Read More

AUD $400

Support Elephant Conservation For One Da...

The Asian elephant is declining throughout its range and nearing extinction in the wild. The threat of poaching, habitat loss and increasing cases ... Read More