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Dreamworld Wildlife Foundation

DWF are our Conservation Partner


Dreamworld now has 6 Lumholtz tree kangaroos, 5 were rescued by Tree Roo Rescue and could not be released due to neurological blindness, but they are now part of the Captive breeding program and Csi and Mindy have had a joey called Mupee.


Dreamworld Wildlife Foundation (DWF) was established in 2012 to provide support, practical assistance and funding for wildlife conservation initiatives, particularly relating to the ecology of threatened and endangered species. DWF is approved under its constitution to support direct conservation efforts, relevant research, public education, advocacy and co-operation with like-minded organisations and regulatory authorities to protect wildlife.


Other Organisations and their links



Bob Irwin Wildlife Foundation


Bob Irwin Wildlife & Conservation Foundation Inc is a not-for-profit foundation dedicated to community education, direct support of front-line wildlife rescue and research groups, education and advocacy on behalf of wildlife and protection of the environment.

“Since European settlement in Australia we have seen 54 animal species become extinct with a further 18 animal species critically endangered, and 128 classified as endangered. As the world becomes more environmentally aware, I believe that we must as individuals recognise the magnificence of our natural world, and feel a sense of accountability for our actions which affect it.” – Bob Irwin


Bob's work is never done, please visit his page and see what he and his team are up to

Bob Irwin is also our Ambassador for Tree Roo Rescue


Bobs Researcher Amanda French came to visit us in 2013 and she wrote this beautiful story about us

Lumholtz Lodge


Nestled in pristine highland rainforest of Tropical North Queensland 100km southwest of Cairns (1.5 hour drive from the Cairns International Airport), Lumholtz Lodge on the Atherton Tablelands is an intimate bed and breakfast experience like no other.


Stay in a quaint & impeccable lodge and live amongst the resident Lumholtz tree kangaroos, possums, wallabies and rainforest birds. Lumholtz Lodge caters specifically for  nature enthusiasts including:  bird watchers, photographers and families with a love for wildlife, everyone will find what they are looking for at Lumholtz Lodge.

Your host Margit Cianelli is a dedicated wildlife carer with a particular focus on the endemic Lumholtz Tree-Kangaroo, which the lodge is aptly named after. Margit’s extensive knowledge of the rainforest and it's unique wildlife inhabitants will guarantee a truly unforgettable stay.

Wildlife Habitat Port Douglas

David Fleays Nature Park


Nestled in the heart of Burleigh Heads, David Fleay’s is a wildlife park with a difference! Stroll through the tranquil surroundings to experience some of Queensland’s most iconic natural habitats and meet the resident wildlife—all in just one day. Explore the park on your own or join our dedicated Park Rangers at the daily wildlife shows.

David Fleay Wildlife Park is a regional park dedicated to the memory of naturalist Dr David Fleay. A valuable asset to Queensland Parks and Wildlife Service, David Fleay Wildlife Park combines community education, ecotourism and wildlife conservation.

They have Lumholtz tree kangaroos in the past and now have 3 of the males, Scotty, Al and Glen that were rescued by Tree Roo Rescue and could not be released due to blindness caused by neurotoxins.

Go see them soon on display


Tablelands Wildlife Rescue


TWR are a new wildlife rescue organisation that has been established on the Atherton Tablelands in Far North Queensland by experienced and dedicated wildlife carers who have been wildlife care specialists for many years.


If you find any sick or injured wildlife, including tree kangaroos if you cant get us, on the Atherton Tablelands please ring TWR on their 24 hr hotline 4091 7767

Malanda Falls Visitor Centre


Allow time to visit our Centre and enjoy our interpretive displays – the Atherton Tablelands volcanic past, the cultural heritage of the local indigenous people the Ngadjon-ji, and our unique natural environment.

Our Centre has wide cool verandahs overlooking the rainforest, and our displays are great fun for all ages. You can find out who Mupee is, and hear some of our stories – you can even share your own!


Come look for tree kangaroos



Trees for the Evelyn and Atherton Tablelands (TREAT) was started in 1982 by botanist Joan Wright and rainforest ecologist Geoff Tracey, who recognised the need for a community-based tree planting organisation to revegetate degraded lands and create corridors for wildlife on the Tablelands. TREAT has wonderful working relationships with the Queensland Parks and Wildlife Service – Restoration Services – at the Lake Eacham Nursery, many landholders, other landcare and community groups.

Tree Kangaroo and Mammal Group


The Tree-Kangaroo and Mammal Group (TKMG) is an incorporated community group based on the Atherton Tablelands in Far North Queensland, Australia, made up of local residents interested in, and concerned for, the conservation of North Queensland's rich mammal fauna.

Projects and activities undertaken by the Group focus on issues pertaining to the Lumholtz's Tree-kangaroo, but also often involve other mammals.

The group was formed in 1997, and has become a strong and active group on the Tablelands. Our members are a diverse bunch of people, ranging from scientists, farmers, teachers, artists and publicans, and lots of interested others.

Conservation Volunteers Australia


Conservation Volunteers makes it easy for people to care for nature by volunteering on one of our many conservation projects across the country.  Volunteers come from a wide range of backgrounds and no prior skills or experience are required, and volunteer projects are available to suit your availability and particular interests.

Together we can make a positive difference to conservation of nature upon which all life depends and is interconnected. 

Conservation Volunteers projects are managed in conjunction with project partners that includes regional councils, national parks, museums, landcare groups, conservation departments and other national conservation agencies.


Wet Tropics Mananagement Authority


Wet Tropics Guide School 

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