Established in 2016 under the leadership of Director Ben Britton, the Wild Cat Conservation Centre stands proudly in Wilberforce, Australia, as a pioneering force in understanding and protecting smaller wild cat species.
Nestled in the Hawkesbury valley, just an hour’s journey northwest of Sydney, our centre is an oasis for conservation efforts focused on wild cats from around the globe. Notably, we proudly run the only conservation breeding program for Clouded Leopards and Cheetahs in Sydney.
Visitors to our centre can learn about our conservation breeding programs and research efforts to conserve these smaller though enigmatic wild cat species. By joining us, you become a vital part of our mission to safeguard these remarkable creatures!
Join us on our savanna, the largest cheetah habitat in Australia and see wild cats closer than ever before! Watch on as our cats exhibit a full range of behaviours right before your eyes, no crowds and no noise, just you and our cats!
Every tour is fully guided and personalised! Go behind the scenes and learn about the work we are doing to conserve wild cats both here in Sydney and around the world, raising awareness of the plight and vulnerability of wild cat species.
This once in a lifetime experience provides the perfect opportunity for visitors to learn about our conservation efforts and how they can help us protect them!
We are not government funded, we rely largely on donations and the support of the public and community via our independent not-for-profit foundation.
Our Wild Cat Conservation Foundation is listed on the Department of Environment’s Register of Environmental Organisations. Every donation is tax deductible in Australia.
By making a tax deductible donation, you will help us create a future for wild cat species. All donations will help fund our vital conservation work.