With your valued support we’re putting our best effort into making a positive difference for the planet.

Wild Mountains receives no government funding and relies on committed people such as you who share our concern for this beautiful Earth.  Our approach is to provide relevant and inspiring environmental education whilst protecting and conserving the natural environment over which we have stewardship.

We believe the Wild Mountains environmental education project holds truly positive implications for this and future generations.  Through supporting the Trust by being a Friend of Wild Mountains you become part of this visionary effort.

You may have already helped in realising our goal of creating a world class, purpose-built centre
through participating in track building, carpentry, catering and forest rehabilitation. 

There are many ways you can contribute, all of which we highly value, waether you are with us here or back home.  Please take the time to consider these options.  We invite you to become involved in a way that best suits you.

Give a gift in kind:

Instead of a donation of cash you may consider giving a gift in kind.

Do you have a service, trade skills or materials, either new (a tax deduction) or second-hand, that may help in building the infrastructure here?  Your timely contribution will make a real difference.

Contact Richard at  [email protected], or ph 07 5544 1377

Make a bequest:

Through the Trust Deed, Wild Mountains plans to continue its work long past our individual efforts cease.  Your bequest helps ensure future security for the Wild Mountains Trust. 

For further information contact Joan at  [email protected]
ph 07 5544 1377, or by post to Wild Mountains, RATHDOWNEY  4287

  •     If you wish to direct contributions specifically to the building construction,
                  let us know and your donation will be directed accordingly.

Become a “Vol”:  Be one of our treasured Volunteers! 

Come up to the mountain to help in many and varied ways on the regular “VWs” (Volunteer Weekends) held approximately monthly, with a week annually at the beginning of January.