We're changing for the better

Wildlife Unlimited Ltd is excited to announce that we have transitioned into a not-for-profit conservation organisation.

Our experienced team will now be collaborating with environmental groups in the EcoLands Collective to expand our service and provide expert recommendations in the field. We thank WU's founders Jim and Jenni Reside for their support and look forward to providing more updates soon.

About us

Established in 1996, Wildlife Unlimited is a highly experienced professional environmental consultancy based in Bairnsdale Victoria, working throughout Australia and internationally. We provide environmental research, planning and education services to public and private organisations.

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Our clients

Wildlife Unlimited provides on-ground environmental services to government agencies, local councils, catchment management authorities, Landcare, environmental agencies, schools, community organisations and more.

Our team

Our team of naturalists, ecologists and botanists provide expert advice and research services to land managers and public organisations. Our environmental educators share their knowledge and passion for Australia's wildlife with young people and the broader community.

Our locations

Based in Bairnsdale, Victoria, we undertake projects throughout Australia and across the full range of bioregions, from the Mallee in Victoria to Arnhem Land in the Northern Territory to areas in northern New South Wales and more.

Environmental Education

Wildlife Unlimited has been delivering high quality environmental education for over a decade, resulting in high quality outcomes.

Environmental Research

Wildlife Unlimited is fully equipped and professionally accredited to undertake a wide range of environmental research and natural values assessment projects.

Pest Animal Management

Wildlife Unlimited is highly proficient in the establishment, implementation and evaluation of pest animal management programs.

Photo captions/credits: Scarlet-chested Parrot by Jacinta Richardson (Wildlife Unlimited), Rock Wallabies with thanks to the Department of Energy, Environment and Climate Action Gippsland NEP. Crimson Finch with thanks to Charles Sonneman, Wildlife Unlimited.