Experiencing Australian wildlife is an intriguing adventure of connection and discovery. Being in nature revives and refreshes us. This ancient and weathered land has produced some extraordinary habitats, fragile and beautiful ecosystems and fascinating plants and animals adapted to live in them.
Australia Wild Catalogue
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Southern Dandenongs Land Care
Sherbrooke Lyrebird Study Group
Field Naturalists Club of Victoria
Yarra Ranges Landcare & Friends Groups
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Image courtesy of Wildlife Artist, Stephen Powell
The Australia Wild project seeks to increase awareness of our unique native flora and fauna through art
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Exhibitions of Australian Wildlife Art Exhibtion and Sales
Experience Wildlife Art at Sherbrooke Art Society Inc's beautiful gallery in the Dandenong Ranges. The Gallery sits beside Clematis Creek on the edge of the stunning Sherbrooke Forest just a few hundred meters from the township of Belgrave.
Help support the Australia Wild Project
There are many small volunteer groups and friends groups working tirelessly to protect and restore natural habitats in Australia. Often just a handful of dedicated people keep projects going. These projects are hugely important to ensure that a range of habitats are protected and maintained.
Despite Australia’s seemingly rugged and tough appearance, ecosystems are in a delicate balance.
We all share the natural environment and it's fragile systems which provides water to drink, soil to grow our food and oxygen to breathe. A healthy society depends on a healthy and diverse ecosystem. Awareness is the first step implement change to attitudes and community participation to help protect this wonderful diversity we all share.
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Donations and Sponsorship
As we are not for profit, The Australia Wild Project relies on support from volunteers, sponsors and community grants. You can help by joining one of the many Friends Groups or through cash donations tp Sherbooke Art Society. Perhaps you are interested in becoming a sponsor! The Australia Wild Project is looking for individuals and businesses to sponsor our arts awards in the form of monetry prizes. Download out sponsorship pack here for more information.
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