Tax-deductible Donations

Your generous donation is very important to us. The Friends have received local and national recognition and are seen as an excellent example of what a community group can do to help preserve a threatened species. Our Vision is a future where Brush-tailed Rock-wallabies thrive in the wild in a biodiverse Australia. Your valuable support is an integral part of the recovery process.

What does your donation pay for?

$50 donation will pay for a bag of feed for our captive breeding stock

$100 donation will pay for a month’s supply of fox baits

$300 donation will pay for a night of professional fox shooting

$500 donation will pay for a new radio-tracking receiver to keep track of rock-wallabies when they are first released into the wild colonies

$1000 donation will pay for a week of expert introduced predator trapping around our local Rock-wallaby colonies when we encounter bait-shy/spotlight-shy individuals

$2500 donation will pay for three remote infra-red cameras to monitor BTRW health and survival and react to any introduced predator invasions of the colonies

How can you donate?

You can make a TAX-DEDUCTIBLE DONATION in any of these ways:

  1. ONLINE by choosing one of the donations displayed above
  2. By DIRECT DEPOSIT using the details in our ‘Donations’ form
  3. By CHEQUE made out to the Friends of the Brush-tailed Rock-wallaby Incorporated and mailed to us at the address shown on the ‘Donations’ form

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As a Friend, you will receive regular newsletters to keep you up to date with our work and the Shoalhaven BTRW project.

Donate

Help us to preserve this iconic threatened species. Your valuable support is an integral part of the recovery process.

Adopt

You can help protect these endangered little Aussie Rock-stars through a donation, you will also receive an adoption pack.

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Buy Brush-tailed Rock-wallaby merchandise to support the cause, including t-shirts, soft toys and more.

Friends of the Brush-tailed Rock-wallaby

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