Volunteer with Wombats and Wallabies in Australia

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Together with Government authorities, universities and zoological institutions, the Endangered Species Conservation facility handles several captive breeding programs to conduct vital research on Australian wildlife.

Volunteers working on the facility would learn about threatened species, particularly the Bridled Nailtail Wallaby and Northern and Southern Hairy-nosed Wombats, contribute to the breeding, research and education programs of these staple species of Australia. The facility is the only captive breeding facility for Bridled Nailtail Wallabies in the world.

Highlights
  • Enjoy up close and personal time with Australian wildlife
  • Stay in the Aussie bush
  • Taking care of injured, sick and orphaned wildlife
  • Make memories you can't get anywhere else in the world
  • Make lifelong friendships

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