Welcome to
A Rocha Australia

About Us

A Rocha Australia is part of the A Rocha family of Christian environmental conservation organisations currently active in over 20 countries across 6 continents around the world. 

As a family, we focus on environmental science and research, practical nature conservation, environmental education, creation care and advocacy through a variety of programmes and initiatives.

Current Projects

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Dusky Woodswallow Reserve Project

Project: Dusky Woodswallow Reserve Subject: research Location: Riverina, NSW Traditional lands of the Wirajuri people …

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Conservation
Hart Road Wetlands
Project: Hart Road Wetlands Subject: research, conservation, education Location: Hart Road Wetlands, Aldinga, SA Traditional ...
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Conservation
Mount Sandy Project
Project: Mount Sandy Subject: research, conservation Location: Meningie, SA Traditional lands of the Ngarrindjeri people ...
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Conservation
Toowoomba Escarpment Parks
Project: Toowoomba Escarpment Parks Project Subject: research, conservation Location: Toowoomba, southern Queensland Traditional lands of ...
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Education
Partnering with Scripture Union
Project: Partnering with Scripture Union Subject: education Location: Victoria Since 2021, A Rocha Australia and ...
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Mount Sandy

Dusky Woodswallow Reserve

Toowoomba Escarpment Parks Project

Hart Road
Wetlands

Scripture Union Partnership

Talhee Project

A Rocha Australia’s first official completed project in 2019 led to: 

  • 167 bird species identified during the surveys, including 14 threatened species
  • publication of Stuart Fleming’s paper in a regional ornithological journal
  • discovery of resident Koalas Phascolarctos cinereus by a research student

Stories

Do you have a story you’d like to share about where you are and how you are involved in creation care? We’d love to hear it. 

Interested in helping protect biodiversity with A Rocha Australia?

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