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The health of the environment in Western Australia’s Outback is at risk as rare plants and animals, landscapes and ancient cultural sites are lost to the increasing threat of climate change, fire, feral species and habitat loss. 

By Investing in national parks that are jointly-managed with Traditional Owners and supporting Aboriginal Rangers to undertake Indigenous-led conservation we can create safe havens for our amazing plants and wildlife, while empowering regional communities with jobs in cultural and conservation land management. 

What makes WA unique and special is at risk, but together we can turn things around to manage and protect WA’s Outback for future generations. 

Help protect our iconic Outback and support more protected areas across WA!  

The Partnership:

Brush Heritage
Wild Flower

The Outback Needs Your Help

Join the 28227 people who are standing up for the Outback