NPA also works on conservation projects with a range of other groups, organisations and people.
ACF’s vision is a prosperous society in which the principles of ecological sustainability, social justice and human wellbeing are embedded in Australia’s decision-making processes, in government, in business practices and in our cultures.
The Confederation is the peak New South Wales organisation for non-commercial bushwalking and associated outdoor recreation activities.
EDO NSW is a community legal centre specialising in public interest environmental law.
The Foundation is the only organisation in Australia whose philanthropy is an investment in our public estate, our unique species and our cultural heritage – for all to enjoy.
HSI is the global arm of The Humane Society of the United States (HSUS). Founded in 1991, HSI has expanded the HSUS's program activities into Central and South America, Africa, and Asia. HSI's Asian, Australian, and European offices, as well as offices in Costa Rica and Canada, help carry out and support field activities and programs in over 35 countries.
The National Trusts of Australia are community-based, non-government organisations, committed to promoting and conserving Australia's indigenous, natural and historic heritage through its advocacy work and its custodianship of heritage places and objects.
The New South Wales Teachers Federation is the registered trade union which covers NSW public school teachers.
Wildlife Preservation Society of Australia was formed in 1909 with a commitment to preserve and protect our unique Australian wildlife in all its forms.
WWF-Australia is part of the WWF International Network, the world’s leading, independent conservation organisation.
NPA is a Lead Partner of the Great Eastern Ranges Initiative (GER) which is bringing people and organisations together to protect, link and restore healthy habitats over 3,600 kilometers from Western Victoria to far North Queensland.Â It is based on the principles of connectivity conservation, a relatively new strategy that focuses on creating linkages and corridors between protected areas and other core habitat areas through revegetation and protection of existing habitat.Â GER is a strategic response to mitigate the potential impacts of climate change, invasive species, land clearing and other environmental changes on our richest biodiversity and iconic landscapes.