We create parks and save species. Species - including our own - cannot survive without a healthy habitat. That's why we add land to Australia's National Parks for permanent protection.
We're not about locking nature up.
We're about protecting it in the most secure way possible, while also making it available for you to access and enjoy.
Australia's geographic isolation for many millions of years led to the evolution of exceptional plants and animals, many of which are unique.
Our native flora and fauna must be protected for the enjoyment of future generations.
We protect and enhance Australia's natural and cultural heritage by providing environmental education, and funding for land protection and the conservation of wilderness and wildlife.
Foundation for National Parks & Wildlife believes that investing in expertise and local knowledge is the best way to create long-term impact. Each year we count as our partners - scientists, volunteers, researchers, National Park rangers, indigenous communities, individual landowners, government agencies and community groups - all dedicated to providing effective conservation action to protect species, habitat, and heritage.