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We’re working hard to rescue and restore vital koala habitat

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Koala Habitat Rescue

Getting to know us

Learn all about the work we do, how we do it, and how you can join in our conservation efforts.

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Supporting our important work

We’re delighted to have the support of our Patron, the Hon. Steve Bracks AC.

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Endangered Species Surveillance Network

Specially trained dogs are helping in widespread surveys of threatened mammals, providing information vital to long term conservation.

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Our Work

The Conservation Ecology Centre was founded to create an Otways once more vibrant with native wildlife. Our mission is to work directly on the land and strategically with people to repair and rebalance the Otway ecosystem. We believe that caring for the environment is not an overwhelming task, it is second nature. By actioning this vital aspect of humanity we can achieve a world where respect for the environment is part of our everyday lives, integrated into every decision we make. Our future depends on our generation’s ability to take a thoughtful and integrated approach to advancement and conservation - this is an incredibly exciting prospect. Working together, we have a chance to create a world where our children - and their children - can celebrate the future.

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Otways Conservation Dogs

Highly trained dogs surveying for Tiger Quoll scats. Analysng the scats for DNA provides insights into genetics and helps chart a clear course for conservation.

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Koala Habitat Rescue

Koalas face a number of serious conservation challenges but we are working hard to help ensure their future - we'd love you to join us.

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Conserving Tiger Quolls

The CEC is working hard to locate the remaining endangered Tiger Quolls in the Otways - using some pretty innovative techniques. Learn what we are doing and how you can get involved.

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