How to Help Australian Wildlife
Places like Mikkira Station on Eyre Peninsula are home to many wild koalas. They are open and waiting for you to visit with us. Our amazing Tour Guide, Paul, took these photos, there.
Local communities, farmers, producers and tour guides like us are now relying on people like you to visit so our economy can survive the Australian Bushfires. Now more than ever, we need to help our home rebuild through tourism.
Please share this information far and wide so people continue to visit our beautiful backyard for their holidays.
There are still pristine beaches, and dolphins and sea lions to swim with. And Australian wildlife to meet in the wild on tours that will take you to places rarely visited by the public. As well as unique and delicious foods and wines to taste.
Enjoy our nature, wildlife, tourism operators and local communities when you holiday. It’s in times like this that they need our support. It means everything.
The heartbreak we are feeling right now is simply beyond words. With fires continuing to burn right across Australia, we are looking to our friends, industry peers and past customers for help, especially those abroad.
Our thoughts are with all the people affected by the fires around the country, all the heroes on the front lines fighting the fires, rescuing and caring for injured wildlife and assisting people who have lost everything.
How you can help
With so many organisations fundraising, it can be overwhelming. We’ve chosen to feature these two places to donate to assist Australian firefighters and wildlife through the bushfire crisis:
You can support our volunteer firefighters, and the families of firefighters who have passed, at CFS Foundation.
And please support the wildlife emergency rescue, rehabilitation, restoration and conservation efforts at Hanson Bay Wildlife Sanctuary on Kangaroo Island, right here in our backyard.
Thank you to everyone who has donated so far. We are all grateful for your support and appreciate your love. We still have a long fire season ahead and our fireys and animals need us as much as we need them.
We are open for business
Our destinations are mostly unaffected by bushfires and our tours are operating as usual. You can keep up-to-date with the latest travel advice, here. Together with you, we can help our local communities and wildlife. Come on a journey with us and support Australian wildlife and communities on their road to recovery.