SADLY OUR DOLPHINS GET INTO FAR MORE TROUBLE THAN MOST PEOPLE REALISE
Almost a third of our dolphins have stranded, some many times over. Many stranded unseen without help coming and have died needless deaths. We have been fundraising for monitoring cameras to overlook the worst stranding hotspots
which will allow for faster rescue responses. This could potentially save many dolphins
We are thrilled to say we have reached our fundraising total ! Big thanks to all who donated.
Thank you to the major partners in the project
DBCA, Peel Harvey Catchment Council, The Rotary Club of Mandurah and City of Mandurah.
Thank you to Peel Preservation Group Inc for sponsoring our fundraising and Wendy Jackson.
Fundraising for the cameras is now closed. It is anticipated the cameras will be installed by the end of 2020
If you would still like to help the dolphins see project 1 below
Project 1 - Ongoing
If you would like to help save a dolphin please go to
Special Thanks to all who have donated or contributed so far to our campaign for dolphin rescue equipment
including the following generous businesses
Peel Preservation Group Incorporated for sponsoring our Group
Our major sponsors Lush Cosmetics and Mandurah Cruises
Huge support from Cedar Woods, Alcoa, and TIS Recruitment,
Silver Sands Tavern, SouthWest Trailers, Cachet Homes, Mandurah Canvas Industries ,
Mandurah Chandlery Hardware for Boats, Bunnings Halls Head, Bunnings Mandurah,
Driver family, Kambarang Designs, Wendy Jackson, Grill'd Mandurah, Nourishing the Soul Cafe,
Port Mandurah Residents, Integra Insurance, Department of Transport staff, and all the businesses and generous people who have helped, made a donation or donated an item
Special thanks to the Minister for the Environment, Department of Parks & Wildlife and David and Lee in SA!
We have also kindly received grant funding from the Australian Government's Communities Environment Program!
stranded dolphin rescued 4 feb 2015
Rescued dolphin at Golden Bay