Help Protect Australia's Oceans

Experiencing any one of the magical marine species with Salty Swims can leave you in awe of the nature that our oceans behold – we have put together a list of charity organisations that dedicate their time to protecting and conserving the precious life in our surrounding waters.

Salty Swims is not associated with any of the following organisations, although we would proud to be. 


Australia Marine Conservation society

Over 50 years ago the Australian Marine Conservation Society was formed by a community of scientists and ocean conservationists, who came together to take action to protect our marine life. Together we advocate for real, evidence based solutions based on the best available science. We work closely with research centres across the globe, and employ conservation experts to drive our work safeguarding the future of Australia's amazing oceans.

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Whale and dolphin conservation australia

WDC, Whale and Dolphin Conservation is the leading global charity dedicated to the conservation and protection of whales and dolphins, defending them against the many threats they face through campaigns, lobbying, advising governments, science, and rescue


Sea Shepherd

From the gentle giants of the sea to its smallest creatures, Sea Shepherd’s mission is to protect all marine life species living in our oceans. Their campaigns have defended whales, dolphins, seals, sharks, penguins, turtles, fish, krill and aquatic birds from poaching, unsustainable fishing, habitat destruction, and exploitive captivity. Since 1977, Sea Shepherd has used innovative direct action tactics to defend, conserve and protect the delicately-balanced biodiversity of our seas and enforce international conservation laws.


Sea Turtle foundation

Sea Turtle Foundation is a non-profit, non-government group based in Australia working to protect sea turtles through research, education and action. Sea Turtle Foundation has a mission to: "Safeguard sea turtle populations, migration routes and habitats, and support activities that increase sea turtle numbers worldwide."

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Project Manta

Project Manta is a multidisciplinary research collaboration focusing on the population ecology and biology of manta rays within Australian waters. In particular this project aims to investigate connectivity and movement between populations of manta rays within Australia and neighbouring regions; generate accurate estimates of population size; understand key biological and environmental drivers of population dynamics; and use this information to provide management recommendations for manta ray populations in the region

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