Project Partners

Devil Ark is very fortunate to have the support of committed individuals and organisations as Partners. Running a conservation project like Devil Ark is an expensive venture but saving a species is priceless. We rely on the ongoing support from our conservation partners to make the Ark happen and without their support it wouldn’t have been possible. All funds contributed by Project Partners on Devil Ark initiatives are spent directly on conservation initiatives. Likewise, any educational or research grants given to external parties must be exempt from administrative charges and overheads and are spent directly on saving threatened species.

Partners & Affiliates


ARP LogoAustralian Reptile Park

The Australian Reptile Park was established in 1948 by the late, Eric Worrell. It is the only zoo in Australia committed to saving lives with its anti-venom-milking program in place for the past 50+ years, saving over 300 lives each year as the sole supplier of anti-venom. The Australian Reptile Park is the driving force behind Devil Ark and has donated a lot of funding, resources and time to ensure the success of the project More about the Australian Reptile Park



NSW_government_logoNSW Government – Office of Environment and Heritage

The NSW Environmental Trust is an independent statutory body established by the NSW government to fund a broad range of organisations to undertake projects that enhance the environment of NSW. The Trust is empowered under the Environmental Trust Act 1998, and its main responsibility is to make and supervise the expenditure of grants and has been one of Devil Ark’s greatest financial supporters since the project’s inception and to date.


GWCGlobal Wildlife Conservation

Saving wildlife species from extinction is the driving force behind Global Wildlife Conservation (GWC), working with partners such as Devil Ark, to ensure species are around for generations to come. GWC has built its success upon a foundation of excellence in Exploration, Research and Conservation. GWC’s three key goals are; Save Species, Protect Wildlands and Build Capacity. More about Global Wildlife Conservation.


Foundation for Australia’s Most Endangered Species (FAME)

FAME has been a key supporter since the very beginning of Devil Ark. They were so convinced by the Devil Ark concept, that they made their largest ever contribution to a conservation project to ensure that it could be established. FAME is a tax-deductible gift recipient organisation and a Devil Ark partner, reliant upon donations from individuals to help curb the extinction of Australia’s most endangered species. More about FAME


Ellerston logoEllerston Pty Ltd

Devil Ark is built on land, owned by the Packer family for the term of the project. This has provided Devil Ark with the much-needed support to develop our captive breeding program towards an insurance population, with enough space for future expansion.



SSAA logoSporting Shooters Association Australia (SSAA) NSW

Sporting Shooters Association Australia (SSAA) is the peak shooting sports body within the state of NSW, supporting all forms of legal and ethical hunting, and in partnership with the NSW National Parks and Wildlife Service, assist in the facilitation and promotion of pest animal management on private public lands by volunteer hunters. SSAA is committed to supporting Devil Ark as a current innovative project, with sponsorship that contributes to funding Devil Ark husbandry activities. More about SSAA



Glencore have operated in Australia for over 20 years and hold significant interests in a range of commodity industries across all mainland states and the Northern Territory. The company is headquartered in Sydney and is a major Australian employer, with over 15,000 employees working across various industries.  Our partnership came about with Glencore looking for a local community environmental project with tangible outcomes that would make a real difference for Australian wildlife, and Aussie Ark fit the bill. Aussie Ark is also in the same region as Glencore (the Upper Hunter) and the company is always on the lookout for local charities to support. More about Glencore.


Symbio Wildlife Park

Symbio Wildlife Park is a family owned and operated zoo which is located on the Southern outskirts of Sydney in the suburb of Helensburgh. Symbio started in 1975 as a small wildlife park and has now grown to become a multi-award winning and internationally publicised zoo.  Recently partnering with Devil Ark, Symbio Wildlife Park plays a large part in raising brand awareness for our conservation breeding facility


Australian Geographic

Australian Geographic magazine, originally titled Dick Smith’s Australian Geographic was created by Dick Smith in 1986.  Australian Geographic is a media business that produces the Australian Geographic magazine, DMag magazine, specialist book titles, travel guides, diaries and calendars and online media.  The magazine focuses mainly on stories about Australia, or about Australian people in other countries.  Australian Geographic have been a supporter for many years and will continue to work closely with Devil Ark in the coming years of the project.


Australian Wildlife Society

The Australian Wildlife is one of Australia’s oldest wildlife conservation organisations. Founded in May 1909, it has served Australia for over 100 years.  The Australian Wildlife Society focuses on the welfare of all Australian wildlife.  The Australian Wildlife Society have been long term supporters of Devil Ark and much the same as Devil Ark, AWS are a NFP organisation.  By working together we will continue to raise awareness and save Aussie wildlife.


Sydney Helicopter

Founded in 1985, Sydney Helicopters are the longest running commercial helicopter operator in Sydney. Unlike their competitors they own their entire fleet of aircraft totalling 6; they do not operate privately owned third party aircraft. Operating for over 30 years Sydney Helicopters are Sydney’s premier helicopter service provider, they operate a wide range of aircraft types all housed on site at Parramatta Heliport.  Devil Ark has been working closely with Sydney Helicopters for some time now and will continue this relationship into the future.



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