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Wildlife-friendly sanctuary also used for recreation, holiday home and an occasional rental site

Obi’s Lionheart Sanctuary

A dedicated wildlife sanctuary, rehabilitation site and education centre

Wandha Myall Lakes

A wildlife sanctuary and pet-friendly nature retreat

Wildside Sanctuary

A dedicated wildlife sanctuary and rehabilitation site

Highfield Farm and Woodland

A small-scale sustainable farm, eco-accommodation and dedicated conservation area


A residence, wildlife sanctuary and eco-friendly accommodation

Pinnacle Eco Retreat

A dedicated wildlife-friendly sanctuary also used for education, recreation and ecotourism

Clarence River Wilderness Lodge

A residence, bush retreat and wildlife-friendly refuge

Riverview Nature Retreat

A dedicated wildlife sanctuary offering eco-friendly accommodation

Sharyn’s Refuge

A home and wildlife-friendly sanctuary

Deua Tin Huts

A wildlife-friendly sanctuary, residence and tourist accommodation


A dedicated wildlife sanctuary and residence

Acacia Ridge Bush Camp

A dedicated wildlife sanctuary, residence, camping ground and bush retreat

Yellow Dog Farm

A  dedicated wildlife sanctuary and residence

Brinawa Bird and Bush Retreat

A residence and dedicated wildlife sanctuary

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Wildlife Land Trust

Australia is lucky to have some of the most unique and diverse wildlife on the planet, but our native species and the places they call home are disappearing. The Wildlife Land Trust is a national movement to help landholders save our wildlife by conserving, restoring and enhancing their land.