Apply for FNPW
environmental and wildlife grants in Australia

If you have a project to help conserve Australia’s native habitats, wildlife or cultural heritage, or else to offer environmental education, an FNPW Grant could get your project off the ground.

We offer Grants to conservation projects by government agencies, private landholders, community groups, and scientists.

Image courtesy of Melanie Wagner

NSW Curb Wombat Mange Grants

The purpose of the grant is to increase the capacity of wildlife rehabilitation providers (groups and independents) and Aboriginal community organisations to effectively implement a rapid response wombat mange treatment program in New South Wales.

Kukundi Nature Play

Bushfire Restoration Grants

We are still accepting submissions from organisations which have commenced drafting an application prior to January 2023.

The purpose of this grant program is to support habitat restoration projects commencing in 2022 in and around regions impacted by the 2019-20 Black Summer bushfires and areas in those regions which have subsequently been impacted by floods.

Wildlife Heroes Grants Photo courtesy of Doug Gimesy

Wildlife Heroes Grants

The Wildlife Heroes project commenced in NSW through the Foundation for National Parks & Wildlife in NSW to support wildlife rescue and rehabilitation volunteers across Australia.