COVID-19 Update


Wild Africa - Monarto, South Australia

The construction of the open plain area for the rhinos at Monarto in South Australia continues with fencing activities in full swing over the past four weeks. Wild Africa staff and volunteers have installed posts for the first six hundred and fifty metres of the two thousand two hundred metre Rhino Raceway and have started the security fence that will surround the Rhino Management and Quarantine Centre.

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Installing railway iron posts at the 630m mark of the Rhino Raceway


Orana Wildlife Park

Planning is well underway for the construction of the New Zealand quarantine facility at Orana Wildlife Park.  Allan Davies, Chairman of the Australian Rhino Project, and team visited the Orana location recently to discuss the plans for the site.


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Reviewing Plans at Orana



Three Bay Challenge | 10th November 2019

The annual 3 Bay Challenge will be held on the picturesque Sydney Harbour on the morning of the 10th November 2019. The 3 Bay Challenge is a three-stage biathlon where participants run between and swim at three of Sydney's iconic harbour beaches: Nielsen Park, Parsley Bay, Watsons Bay. The event is designed to be both challenging and unique, set in an idyllic location with the background drop of the Sydney CBD. The course consists of three running legs and three swimming legs. Total distance is 6km run and 750m swim. Marshalls and lifeguards are on course at all times.

After successfully competing in the 3 Bay Challenge, the tradition is to all meet at the Watson’s Bay Hotel for a celebratory drink and bite to eat. Registration fee includes one drink and food item. All funds raised will be donated to the Australian Rhino Project.

If you are interested in participating in the event, you can register at:


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New Partnership | Agence De Parfum

The Australian Rhino Project is excited to share some amazing news with you!

We are pleased to announce a new partnership with Penhaligon's fragrances and Agence De Parfum. Agence De Parfum has launched a new fragrance in their Penhaligon's collection in Australia and will be donating 5% of sales of the Terrible Teddy fragrance between now and the 31 December 2019 to The Australian Rhino Project. Agence de Parfum launched the new character in the Portrait Collection last week.

We would like to thank Penhaligon’s and Agence de Parfum for their support of the Australian Rhino Project. The perfume is available nationally in David Jones and Myer Stores, plus can be purchased online at: Libertine Parfumerie


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WORLD RHINO DAY | 22nd September 2019

World Rhino Day is on Sunday the 22nd September and provides us with the opportunity to remember why we need to protect rhinos. Current estimates suggest that rhinos will be extinct in the wild in less than 10 years.

The Australian Rhino Project is committed to working as part of the collective international fight to protect African rhinoceros from extinction.

To celebrate World Rhino Day, we are offering a promotion on our rhino hats. Buy two rhino hats (valued at $15 each) for only $20 and we will throw in free freight as well. Just select our limited time hat offer of 2 for $20.

Offer ends till 31 October 2019 or until stocks last.


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On behalf of our team, we thank you for your ongoing support of the Australian Rhino Project. We will continue to keep you updated on the milestones of the project.

Allan Davies

Chairman on behalf of the Australian Rhino Project board and team

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