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Devil Island Project

Building a future for the Tasmanian devil

Bruce with Darling. Picture by Peter Lord half sizeDevil Island Project is committed to saving the endangered Tasmanian devil by building large free-range enclosures that are called “Devil Islands” and our two new schemes “The Great Devil Walls of Tasmania” (GDWOT).

These double fenced facilities quarantine the devils in their natural surroundings of their home State of Tasmania as an almost self-sustaining population and have kept them free and safe from the Devil Facial Tumour Disease (DFTD) cancer which is rapidly wiping out their species throughout Tasmania.

Healthy Tasmanian devils can now roam wild in our Devil Islands with optimum welfare conditions and safe and secure isolated areas for breeding which will then increase their chances for survival and re-establishing themselves in the future.


  • 2014 End of Year Wrap-Up

    A very happy young fundraiser.

    The festive season is upon us and it’s a time when thanks are given and achievements recognised for the year. My thanks go out to everyone who has helped the Devil Island Project during 2014. This may have been through serving as a board or committee member, a fundraiser, a member of the Devil ...

    0 Comments | 24/12/2014 | by admin
    Category: Newsletters


Devil in water