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ABOUT BILBIES

Bilbies were once widespread in the arid and semi-arid areas of Australia. The introduction of cats, foxes and rabbbits and changes to its habitat have decimated bilby numbers. These ongoing threats mean that without the fund and your help we will lose this unique Australian marsupial forever. read more

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REPORT AND INTERIM CONSERVATION PLAN

The Save the Bilby Fund initiative, the ‘Greater Bilby Recovery Summit’, brought together 39 experts representing 29 stakeholder groups involved in bilby conservation. The Fund is committed to delivering on the outcomes as outlined in the Greater Bilby Recovery Summit 2015 Report and Interim Conservation Plan. read more

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LATEST NEWS

Charleville Bilby Experience

The doors have opened on the new-look bilby shows and displays at the Historic Charleville Railway Station. The Charleville Bilby Experience is one of the highlights of a trip to Western Queensland. Come and learn all about this endangered marsupial and the challenges our wildlife are facing and how we are fighting to save them. read more

Newsletter Archives

Review past enewsletter issues, stories and articles from 2014-2015. read more

Save the Bilby Challenge 2017

UPCOMING EVENTS

Charleville Fur Ball 10 September 2016

1930s-inspired fancy dress party proudly supporting Save The Bilby Fund with all proceeds to be donated to the Fund. read more

11 September is National Bilby Day - Get involved....

We need you to support bilbies by helping to fund vital conservation and captive breeding programs, education and research. read more