This October we welcomed five new sanctuaries to the Wildlife Land Trust, bringing us to a total of 771 sanctuaries and over 78,700 hectares of wildlife-friendly land across Australia!

Among our newest sanctuaries is Arcadia Wildlife Sanctuary, set in an incredible spotted gum and ironbark forest and home to turtles, microbats, wallabies and eagles.

HSI Calendars

With the holiday season just around the corner, we have the perfect gift for animal lovers in your life! Humane Society International’s calendars showcase our work in animal welfare and conservation around the world, from supporting flying-foxes in Queensland, protecting lions in Zambia, rescuing Asian elephants from the street and saving sharks along Australia’s east coast.

Calendars are only $18 with free shipping – get yours here:

FrogID Week

Do you have frogs on your sanctuary? Join the Australian Museum and Biodiversity Conservation Trust’s free webinar to celebrate FrogID Week and learn how you can support these incredible animals on your property. Dr Jodi Rowley will be speaking about the importance of frogs, their threats and how we can carefully manage creeks, ponds and bushland for native species.

The webinar is on Wednesday the 17th of November – places are limited so be sure to register quickly! Sign up at:

Rescued dingoes looking for a home

Our friends at WLT refuge Dingo Den sanctuary are looking for new homes for four rescued and rehabilitated dingoes, which cannot be released into the wild by law. Strength, Adina, Wanbi and Fern need forever homes in a quiet, rural setting, where they can live in peace and comfort.

If you’re interested in learning more or think your sanctuary might be suitable, head to

A guide for conserving your sanctuary

And finally, a fantastic resource for anyone considering further protection for their sanctuary! The Environmental Defenders Office has released Defending the Unburnt: A guide to private land conservation for landholders. This guide features conservation programs and organisations across Australia, with a special focus on protecting unburned habitats.

Check out the guide here: