Conserve the endangered Tiger Kuoll
Play a vital role in an urgent wildlife rescue mission!
The Tiger Quoll is the largest remaining marsupial carnivore on the Australian mainland and it is fast heading towards the same fate as its cousin, the Tasmanian Tiger.
The forests, woodlands and coastline of the Great Ocean Road are one of the last strongholds of the beautiful Tiger Quoll but even here this special species is in decline – we must act quickly to ensure the Tiger Quoll’s future.
Get involved and contribute to the future of this endangered species and the ecosystems on which it depends.
Your help may include:
•Population surveys: deploying, retrieving and reviewing camera traps
•DNA collection for analysis
•Caring for the resident Tiger Quolls – very beautiful animals who are teaching us so much about their species.
The majority of Tiger Quoll fieldwork takes place through the Australian winters, during the quolls’ breeding season. This is a magical time on the Great Ocean Road – the waterfalls are beautiful and the spectacular beaches are deserted as you watch for migrating whales playing just past the waves. The forest smells fresh and clean after the rains and your lodge awaits with a roaring fire. The camaraderie of such an important expedition and the chance to play a vital role in saving a very special species will be something you will treasure forever.
Accommodation in Great Ocean Road
Great Ocean Ecolodge is a social enterprise, established and operated by the Conservation Ecology Centre. All profits from your stay are reinvested into wildlife conservation and the Ecolodge itself is entirely solar powered and ecologically responsible, resting gently in the landscape. The Great Ocean Ecolodge is surrounded by pristine bushland, lush rainforests, secluded beaches and […]
Great Ocean Road
The Great Ocean Road is an Australian National Heritage listed, 170 mile (243 kilometre) stretch of road along the south-eastern coast of Australia between the Victorian cities of Torquay and Allansford. A great spot to volunteer and help conserve koalas and tiger quolls.