Conservation
Through
Innovation

Photo: Ben Parkhurst

We fill needs by creating innovative conservation tools

About us

Conservation of threatened species is critical for ecological sustainability and corporate responsibility.

The Thylation Group, established to develop, incubate and commercialise conservation-oriented innovations, is informed by nature, for nature, by interfacing leading applied conservation science  with technological and engineering design.

Photo: Ben Parkhurst

What we do

We inspire technology and engineering talent to resolve conservation challenges.

We work collaboratively with traditional landowners, not-for-profit conservation and environmental organisations, government agencies and corporate enterprises responsible for on-ground conservation management

We use creativity to provide technology and tools to save threatened wildlife

Photo: Ben Parkhurst

We think outside the square to achieve conservation outcomes and the prevention of the extinction of Australian wildlife

Why we do it

Australia has unique wildlife and landscapes, spread over vast lands and distances.

The real threat of extinction of our unique native animals drives us to look for ethical, humane, creative and innovative technology to aid on-ground conservation management to save threatened species and our biosystem to ensure that future generations can enjoy Australia’s unique and diverse native wildlife and flora.

How we work

We are committed to enabling conservation through innovation.

At Thylation we work to protect endangered species and habitats, meet the challenge of environmental changes, and proactively contribute to reducing environmental decline and extinction of Australia’s mammal species.

Credibility.
Strong Governance.
Multidisciplinary.
Ethical.
Integrity.

Photo: Ben Parkhurst

Thylation Foundation supports priority not-for-profit conservation projects

What we've done

Our tools aid and monitor the reintroduction of culturally important and threatened species.

We’re funding development of innovation of new technology to address specific conservation issues including monitoring habitats, wildlife, species conservation, invasive predator management, data gathering and access for decision making and deploying on-ground resources.

Photo: Alan Danks

Help Conservation

The Foundation funds research into and develop systems to sustainably protect and enhance the natural environment.

We’re improving the conservation, welfare and management of wildlife and protecting threatened species by humane management control. Support Thylation Foundation and advance the use of technology in conservation and help save Australia’s endangered and threatened wildlife.

Work and engage with us to enable conservation through innovation

Services

We offer a wide variety of financial services

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Financial Strategies

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Investment Planning

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Tax & Accountancy

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Insurance Guidance

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Projects

Partner case studies

The Lungtalanana Cultural Restoration Project

Lungtalanana/Clarke Island is a special place for the palawa/pakana people, the Tasmanian Aboriginal community. The Tasmanian Aboriginal Centre and project partners, like Thylation, University of Tasmania, and WWF-Australia, are committed to the cultural and ecological restoration of the island.

Yamatji Marlpa Aboriginal Corporation Thylation Foundation Grant Project

Nyangumarta rangers care for country and continue to develop new strategies for land management. We have found new populations of a threatened species, the Black-footed Rock-wallaby, amongst the scattered rocky outcrops.

Securing a future for Western Ground Parrot, Kyloring

The Western Ground Parrot (Kyloring) is a Critically Endangered bird now only known from the south coast of Western Australia. With an estimated 150 birds left in the wild, this ground dwelling species is highly susceptible to threats such as bush fire and predation by feral cats and foxes.

Thylation Partnership with Arid Recovery

In 2023, Arid Recovery has faced the biggest siege of feral cats on the predator-proof fenced reserve’s 26 year history. Successive seasons of good rainfall have been wonderful for the desert ecosystem and threatened species within the reserve, but they have also spurred eruptions of native rodents and rabbits outside the reserve, that have then fuelled massive increases in feral cats.

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Support Thylation Foundation to Advance the use of technology in conservation and help save Australia’s endangered and threatened wildlife

Your donation will enable us to continue to provide existing Thylation technology, and trial our partner user-led enhancements. 

You can help us continue to focus on advancements for conservation technology and tools and give our endangered species a better chance of survival.

 

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