You're one step away from becoming a Visionary Wildlife Warrior! 

Are you between the ages of 4 and 17 and passionate about wildlife and conserving our wild places?

If so, then why not join our youth ambassador program!

How do I get started?

Click or tap on ‘Register now’ to sign up for the program and create your very own online fundraising page!

What's next?

The official Visionary Wildlife Warriors welcome kit has been released!

This contains everything you need to know about the program and what prizes are up for grabs this year! Click on the related links below to download it today!

Each month, keep an eye out in your inbox for the monthly e-newsletters. These will contain your project booklets that are full of lots of great fundraising tips and tricks, conservation mission ideas and fun conservation activities you can complete at home!

"As kids, we are the next decision-makers, the next voters, and the generation to stand up for what we know is right!" - Bindi Irwin.

Join Bindi and Robert Irwin as we strive to affect positive change for wildlife and conservation! Woo-hoo!

Australia Zoo Wildlife Warriors

Australia Zoo Wildlife Warriors Worldwide Ltd was established in 2002 by Steve and Terri Irwin, as a way to include and involve other caring people in the support and protection of injured, threatened or endangered wildlife – from the individual animal to an entire species.

Our mission is to be the most effective wildlife conservation charity in the world through the delivery of outstanding outcome-based programs and projects, inclusive of humanity.
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When you support Australia Zoo Wildlife Warriors you will help us to:

Treat sick, injured and orphaned Australian wildlife at the Australia Zoo Wildlife Hospital

Protect tigers in Sumatra from illegal poaching and habitat destruction

Save cheetah in South Africa from conflict with farmers

Research crocodiles in Far North Queensland to discover how to truly protect them

Defend rhinos in Kenya against poachers and wildlife criminals

Support local people in Cambodia who live alongside wild elephants

Conserve grey nurse sharks on Australia’s east coast by studying their breeding patterns

Research whale sharks in Western Australia to discover how to truly protect them

Protect African wildlife with South Africa's first female anti-poaching unit


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