Wallaby Preservation Programs

Friends of the Brush Tailed Rock Wallaby are preserving a population of Brush Tailed Rock Wallabies in the Kangaroo Valley, NSW.
Brush Tailed Rock Wallaby

Zoo South Australia has a team currently trying to establish a Tammar Wallaby population from individuals sourced from New Zealand. The Tammar was officially declared extinct in South Australia in the 1920s.
Tammar Wallaby

The Foundation for National Parks & Wildlife funds and assists programs for the conservation of a range of wallaby species. In 1979 the foundation purchased 10,000 hectares near the Mutawintji National Park, for the conservation and protection of the Yellow Footed Rock Wallaby.
Yellow Footed Rock Wallaby
Black Flanked Rock Wallaby
Black Footed Rock Wallaby
Bridled Nail Tail Wallaby
Brush Tailed Rock Wallaby

Waterfall Springs Wildlife Sanctuary is an organisation working to preserve a population of Brush Tailed Rock Wallabies (among other animals) on the Central Coast, NSW.
Brush Tailed Rock Wallaby

Conservation and Wildlife Management Queensland in conjunction with the Queensland Government, provides support to Queensland Parks and Wildlife Service for the reintroduction and subsequent recovery of the Bridled Nail Tail Wallaby.
Bridled Nail Tail Wallaby

NSW National Parks and Wildlife Service has initiated a Saving our Species conservation program designed to ensure the Brush Tailed Rock Wallaby remains healthy and wild. Captive breeding is already underway in partner zoos and sanctuaries. The program aims to supplement this effort by reducing pest animals (foxes, cats, and goats), and monitoring wallaby populations.
Brush Tailed Rock Wallaby

Wildlife Preservation Society of Queensland have campaigned to conserve the Brush Tailed Rock Wallaby population at Perseverance Dam near Crows Nest, Queensland.
Brush Tailed Rock Wallaby

Australian Wildlife Conservancy protects one of the largest populations of the Yellow Footed Rock Wallaby in one location at Buckaringa by implementing effective goat and fox control on Sanctuary and cooperating with our neighbours to conduct similar work elsewhere in the region.
Yellow Footed Rock Wallaby
Australian Wildlife Conservancy has reintroduced Tammar Wallabies to a feral predator free enclosure at Karakamia Wildlife Sanctuary and to a partly fenced area on Paruna Sanctuary, Western Australia.
Tammar Wallaby

The Nature Conservation Trustís conservation work on private lands helps to protect habitat for the Black Striped Wallaby.
Black Striped Wallaby

Taronga Conservation Society of Australia has developed a Captive Management Plan to breed Brush Tailed Rock Wallabies for release to the wild as part of reintroduction program managed by the New South Wales Brush Tailed Rock Wallaby Recovery Team.
Brush Tailed Rock Wallaby

Queensland Government Department of Environment and Heritage Protection has proposed and implemented Recovery Plans for the Bridled Nail Tail Wallaby and the Proserpine Rock Wallaby including preservation of habitat, conservation, re-introduction planning and predator control.
Bridled Nail Tail Wallaby
Proserpine Rock Wallaby

The World Wildlife Fund (WWF) provides funding and awareness for the protection of a range of endangered wallaby species including Yellow Footed Rock Wallaby, Black Footed Rock Wallaby, Herbertís Rock Wallaby, Proserpine Rock Wallaby, Brush Tailed Rock Wallaby and the Black Flanked Rock Wallaby.
Threatened Wallabies

The National Recovery Team includes government agency managers, scientists and experts from state agencies, university academics, captive management organisations, consultants, and non-government organisations. The team is ultimately responsible for the recovery planning process and provides specialised technical support to the conservation of the Brush-tailed Rock-wallaby in each of the three Evolutionary Signficant Units: the Southern, Central and Northern groups.
Brush Tailed Rock Wallaby


If you know of or are involved in a program based on the preservation of wallabies, please contact us to have your website added to this list.