The National Parks Conservation Trust is an independent charity supporting transformational projects that protect Australia’s natural and cultural environment.
Our projects are delivered in and around iconic Commonwealth national parks: Kakadu, Uluru-Kata Tjuta, Booderee, Christmas Island, Cocos Keeling and Norfolk Island National Parks, the Australian National Botanic Gardens, and Australian Marine Parks.
Donors and partners help us to deliver nationally significant conservation projects in Australia to provide a healthier future for our environment and community.
Our partnership with Parks Australia means that the projects we support are identified areas of need informed by on-ground rangers, unique access to on-country knowledge and connections with Indigenous communities, as well as world-class science and the latest research from the field.
Become a supporter
Your donation goes directly to supporting conservation work in the field that is addressing areas of critical need in our national parks and gardens around Australia.
Our growing impact in 2022
Thank you, you helped us grow our impact across Australia’s iconic parks, gardens and oceans.
Projects in need of support
Support injured and orphaned birds at the Christmas Island National Park seabird rehabilitation facility.
Support Indigenous rangers to maintain and conserve ancient rock art at Kakadu National Park.
Contribute to restoring biodiverse habitats through the replanting of native forests at Norfolk Island National Park.
Support ongoing conservation to protect the pristine Pulu Keeling National Park in the Indian Ocean.
A sanctuary for over 100,000 migratory birds and turtles is under threat. Help make it safe again.
Support the Australian National Botanic Gardens to look after our threatened (and most at risk) native plant species.
Help rewild the Eastern Quoll at Booderee National Park
Support ongoing tracking and monitoring activities to protect the great desert skink (tjakuṟa) in Uluṟu-Kata Tjuṯa National Park.
Together we are making a difference
Thanks to the support of our donors and partners, we’re making significant progress with our projects. Working together with rangers, Indigenous communities, scientists, Traditional Owners, expert specialists and citizen scientists our projects are enabling a healthier environment for our future.
Connect with us to hear about the exciting outcomes from these projects as they progress.
The National Parks Conservation Trust is listed on the Register of Environmental Organisations and has Deductible Gift Recipient 1 status through the Australian Tax Office.