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Welcome Australia Zoo Wildlife Warriors

Australia Zoo Wildlife Warriors was established in 2002 by Steve and Terri Irwin as a way to include and involve other caring people in the protection of injured, threatened and endangered wildlife.

Today, with nine global conservation projects, three vast conservation properties, and a loyal following of global donors and supporters, Wildlife Warriors continue to save the precious lives of our wildlife and carry on Steves dream to save one, save the species.

Australia Zoo Wildlife Warriors supports a number of projects all around the globe. Our largest project is the Australia Zoo Wildlife Hospital. Since 2004, 80, 000 native wildlife patients have been treated. We also have a highly efficient Rescue Unit which operates from the Australia Zoo Wildlife Hospital, collecting sick, injured and orphaned native wildlife.

We have developed a series of initiatives that will make an important contribution to the welfare and survival of wildlife in selected locations. We have conservation projects around the world with animals including saltwater crocodiles, koalas, Cambodian elephants, cheetahs, rhino, and the Sumatran tiger. Since 2002, we have also attained and protected over 450, 000 acres of habitat dedicated solely to conserving wildlife and wild places throughout Queensland.

Steve had a vision for conservation where people and wildlife could live harmoniously alongside one another. Australia Zoo Wildlife Warriors is dedicated to achieving Steve Irwins dreams and continuing his legacy!

If you have any queries, please contact us.

 

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