MORE THAN 5,000 RHINOS HAVE BEEN POACHED IN SOUTH AFRICA SINCE 2010. ONE RHINO IS KILLED EVERY 6 HOURS. RHINOS WILL BE EXTINCT IN THE WILD BY 2024, IF WE DO NOT ACT NOW.

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Become a Rhino Guardian

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The Australian Rhino Project is working to rescue rhinos and relocate them in safe havens in Australia, beyond the reach of rampant poaching. Urgent and immediate action is needed to translocate the animals as insurance against extinction. The current kill rate well exceeds the birth rate and rhinos will be extinct in the wild within 10 years, if we do not act now.

The project of locating and moving the rhinos across the globe is challenging and requires the support of a team of ‘Rhino Guardians’ who will assist with the costs of the rhinos travel from South Africa to Australia.

As a Rhino Guardian you will help to ensure that the rhinos travel safely to their new home.

The cost of becoming a Rhino Guardian costs just $1000 per annum for four years and in recognition of your support, you will receive:

  • A personalized Rhino Guardian certificate
  • 15% discount on the price of two tickets for the annual dinner with priority table seating
  • An invitation to an annual exclusive event with your fellow Rhino Guardians
  • Priority invitations to Australian Rhino Project events
  • Pride of place on our online Guardian Rhino Honour Roll on our website
  • Two Special Rhino pins
  • A specially framed currency note featuring Nelson Mandela and a rhino picture

Please bear in mind that your donation is fully tax deductible

 

How Can You Help?

You can help The Australian Rhino Project in so many ways. If we are to achieve our goal of having a secure breeding herd of rhinos in Australia, we will require funding, so any donation that you can make will be extremely welcome.

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News & Events

Ray Dearlove Steps Down

28/11/16 | The Australian Rhino Project team and board would like to advise that Ray Dearlove has stepped down from his position on the board and from the operational team of the Australian Rhino Project for personal reasons. Ray will remain a member of the organisation.

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"I know about the dangers facing rhinos because I was in South Africa earlier this year and heard firsthand about the poachers who are killing the rhinos for their horns and how they slip into South Africa from neighbouring countries to attack the rhinos."     ITA BUTTROSE

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