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Position Vacant - Fundraising and Marketing Co-ordinator wanted

We’re looking for a Fundraising and Marketing Coordinator to join our small but committed and busy team here at Save the Bilby Fund. Working across a range of channels, you’ll be in charge of delivering fundraising campaigns to our appeals supporters; plus stewarding our regular givers and mid-level donors. The role also requires some broader online and offline marketing skills.

This is a new role at the Fund and it represents a real chance for the right candidate to grow and develop our marketing & fundraising to individuals across Australia. Although based in Queensland our presence and reach are national with broad appeal for the conservation of this high profile, iconic Australian endangered species. We run a ‘virtual’ office, so the successful candidate would need to work from home autonomously, preferably in South East Qld. Download the Position description.

Visit bilbies

Are you planning a trip to Bilby Country? Come along and visit the Charleville Bilby Experience. More details.

Become a fundraiser

Why not put your fundraising skills to work and help us to fund our bilby work. Please use these guidelines if you'd like to help in this way.

Get your school involved

Save the Bilby Fund visit hundreds of students every year through their school visits. The aim is to educate the younger generation about the plight of endangered species, and in particular the bilby.

Learn how you can help ensure the bilby remains part of the Australian landscape. You can also download resources from our Education page.

In 2017 we'll be running our 2017 Save the Bilby Challenge competition for schools. Find out more.

If you would like to know more about school visits, please contact us at

Corporate sponsorship

Your company can offer ever valuable support for our projects through a donation. Please contact Kevin Bradley our CEO at

Express interest in the Bilby Tracks - Citizen Science Trips

We are currently investigating potential activities in western Queensland to survey bilby numbers both within the national park boundaries and outside. More details.

Subscribe to our Bilby updates

Learn about our current events, research and developments along with ways you can help support the bilbies. Join mailing list

Follow us on Facebook and other social media

By following us on Facebook you can actively support us and share our news and events with your friends and family. Visit our Facebook page.


Bilby droppings used to measure stress levels

Bilby droppings are being used by scientists who have pioneered a new technique to measure stress levels of the endangered marsupial. read more

Charleville Bilby Experience

The Charleville Bilby Experience is one of the highlights of a trip to Western Queensland. Come and learn all about this endangered marsupial and the challenges our wildlife are facing and how we are fighting to save them. read more