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What do the Wilderness Society do?

What do the Wilderness Society do?

The Wilderness Society is powered by thousands of Australians from all walks of life. We work to support the living world that makes all life possible. (Including our own.) Together, we’re taking on transnational corporations, rogue operators, and the armies of lobbyists and politicians who defend them.

How do I cancel my Wilderness Society membership?

If you wish to cancel, defer or alter a debit payment you must notify us by calling 1800 030 641 or emailing [email protected] at least 14 days before the next donation day. Please provide your name, address, and supporter number, for ease of processing.

How effective is the Wilderness Society?

This charity’s score is 88.63, earning it a 3-Star rating. Donors can “Give with Confidence” to this charity.

Are donations to the Wilderness Society tax deductible?

Join the Wilderness Society today with your tax-deductible donation of $35 or more and receive these special benefits throughout the year: Our annual 16-month wall calendar with beautiful photographs of the amazing wildlife and wild places your membership helps to protect.


What does the Wilderness Society do in South Australia?

Our SA team always welcomes new volunteers to help the cause. The two key campaigns we’re currently working on are centred around protecting the Great Australian Bight (including the waters off Kangaroo Island) from deep sea oil drilling, and protecting The Painted Desert (in the central desert region) from coal mining expansion.

What is the vision of the Wilderness Society?

Its vision is to “transform Australia into a society that protects, respects and connects with the natural world that sustains us.”. It is a community-based organisation with a philosophy of non-violence and consensus decision-making. While the Wilderness Society is a politically unaligned group,…

Is the Wilderness Society tax deductible in Australia?

Donations to its public fund, the Wilderness Fund, are tax deductible. You can read more about our charitable status, governance and financials at the Australian Charities and Not-for-profits Commission . We’re proud to show our supporters just how much of their contribution goes towards protecting our living world.

Is the Wilderness Society an unaligned group?

While the Wilderness Society is a politically unaligned group, it actively engages the community to lobby politicians and parties. The Wilderness Society comprises a number of separately incorporated organisations and has Campaign Centres located in all Australian capital cities (except Darwin and Canberra) and a number of regional centres.