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Land For Wildlife Properties with Accommodation  Western Australia
Land For Wildlife Properties with Accommodation
Chudich Land for Wildlife is a voluntary scheme that aims to encourage and assist private landholders in Western Australia to provide habitats for wildlife on their property, even though the property may be managed primarily for other purposes. The following properties also offer accommodation to allow you to share their passion.

Eco tourism allows your holiday dollars to help the cause of wildlife conservation and awareness. There is no better example of this than Steve Irwin's Australia Zoo and his message of "conservation through exciting education".  For more about saving wildlife visit The Wilderness Society  and help them to defend Australia's Wild Country. Visit Eco tourism to find other great conservation projects around Australia.
While exploring the South West of WA, please be aware of precautions required to avoid the spread of Dieback disease in local plant communities.


Photo: Peter Murphy
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Located approximately 200kms south of Perth, 40kms east of Bunbury and 10kms west of Collie the Greater Wellington National Park  (GWNP)   will incorporate the Wellington Discovery Forest, Arcadia, Lowden, Yabberup and Mungalup Forests into the existing Wellington National Park. The park will increase from 17,500 hectares to 30,000 hectares in size, the minimum needed for a sustainable conservation zone (International Union for the Conservation of Nature). This GWNP is a vital asset that would enable the scenic Preston Valley catchment to become a complimentary tourist precinct where visitors can experience locally grown products, fine wines, heritage tours, creative arts, cultural exchanges, eco-stays, innovative rehabilitation projects and more.
   
Town Property
Bremer Bay Quaalup Homestead perfect place to stay for wildflowers, birds and whales
Denmark Cape Howe Cottages - The Beach, The Trees, The Tranquillity - Just Perfect, Be Inspired
Donnybrook Boronia Farm Farmstay  a relaxing farm experience
  KambarangNew Listing  is a world from anywhere. We have a range of accommodation options available including our bush camping (no facilities yet) and our exclusive eco cabin accommodation.
Ferguson Valley
Wellington Forest Cottages and Conference Centre    Nestled amongst jarrah forest in the Wellington National Park.
Kununurra
Kachana Station   Working with nature to develop a model of sustainable land-use and a meaningful lifestyle for those involved.
Margaret River Yelverton Brook Luxury Eco Retreat & Wildlife Sanctuary
Murchison Wooleen Station True Outback Australia, Murchison River Region
Narrogin Lions Dryandra Woodland Village   Lions project A place to relax, bushwalk and enjoy our woodland setting.
Pemberton   Donnelly Lakes Chalets  Come to where time stops.....
 
More Great Wildlife Websites
Wildlife Land Trust,  Sanctuaries you can stay more private properties you can stay at all over Australia .
Maroo Wildlife Refuge   Set in the picturesque Jarrah and Marri forests of the South West of Western Australia, Manjimup.
Maroo has set about creating a refuge where Injured or Orphaned native animals are brought to recover and to be rehabilitated for release back to the wild --where they belong.
Bush Heritage is a national non-profit organisation conserving biodiversity in Australia.  We do this by buying and managing land of outstanding conservation value, and working in partnership with other landowners. We help protect native habitats on millions of hectares of the most ecologically important landscapes.
Animal Ark  is a family owned and run business. Originally established over 25 years ago in London as a specialist consultancy, we brought our wildlife education and training services to Australia in 2006.
Outback Australia is one of the few places on Earth where nature remains vast, wild, abundant and largely untouched by development. Comprised of forests, woodlands and grasslands, this area has a vast and unique array of plant and animal life. In fact, Australia ranks first among all countries for the total number of uniquely, native mammal and reptile species.
Yongergnow Australian Malleefowl Centre    The centre for community, culture and conservation in Ongerup, WA
The Society for the Preservation of Raptors (Inc.) is a registered not-for-profit organisation based in Western Australia. Our volunteers work toward and support the conservation of Australia's raptors (birds of prey and owls) through wildlife rehabilitation and community education. On this site you will find information about the Society, information on our raptor rehabilitation facilities, the education services we provide and how you can become involved in helping our wildlife. 
Wedge Tailed Eagle Tracking  This website has been set up as part of a community education project which allows YOU to follow the movements of Wallu and Gidjee, the first two adult Wedge-tailed Eagles ever to be tracked by satellite, and Kuyurnpa, a juvenile eagle also being followed. This exciting and pioneering study aims to shed light on aspects of these amazing eagles' biology which have never before been researched.
The Thin Green Line Foundation    is the world’s only charity solely dedicated to protecting endangered species and threatened ecosystems by supporting park rangers.
Bilby Rescue  The small iconic Bandicoot known as the Bilby is now critically endangered, with the last remaining strongholds in the most remote regions of arid Australia and the Great Sandy Desert to the North West of Western Australia.  Conservationist Malcolm Douglas is making it his personal endeavour to rescue the Bilbies from the jaws of feral cats and foxes before they become extinct.
Dolphin Discovery Centre Australia's Premier Dolphin Interaction Experience
Eagles Heritage Raptor Wildlife Centre click to listen
Malleefowl Preservation Group  A community initiative dedicated to conserving Australia's native species
Tangaroa Blue Ocean Care Society  Protecting our oceans
Australian Wildlife Conservancy project
Friends of Fitzgerald National Park   The park is the core area of the Fitzgerald Biosphere Reserve, formed in 1978 under the UNESCO ‘Man and the Biosphere’ program.
Peel Zoo  Where People and Animals Say G'day
Protection of the Earth and Wildlife Assn Inc
Society for the Preservation of Raptors
WA Marine Science Institution, Western Australia's marine environment has a wealth of biodiversity, unique marine habitats, abundant resources and social values
Birds Australia Conservation through knowledge
Lower Ord Tours  We run one tour to perfection. Cruise the pristine waters of the Lower Ord River and marvel at the ancient basalt rock formations
The Friends of Piesse Brook encourage you to take the responsibility of caring for your local patch of the planet
Leschenault Community Nursery, is dedicated to encouraging the use of local native species in the revegetation and rehabilitation of land, waterways, wetlands and coastal areas in the South West.
Greening Australia  Transforming our Landscapes
Henry's Antarctica Photo Gallery  Fantastic images of Antarctic Wildlife and much more.
 
 
 
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