We have purchased our very own research vessel….but need your help to get us on the water!

We have had several donations and sponsorship that have allowed us to essentially put a deposit on the boat BUT we still need an additional $15,000 to get us on the water without having an ongoing debt.

Become a Member

Become one of MMFs members and you can make a huge difference helping to conserve and protect Australia’s amazing marine mammals for future generations to enjoy.

   Individual Annual Membership - $50

  • MMF Member Certificate
  • MMF Cap
  • MMF Car Sticker
  • Newsletter updates on MMFs endeavours
  • Invitations to MMF Members events

   Family Annual Membership - $120

  • MMF Family Member Certificate
  • Two MMF Caps
  • Two MMF ‘stress-ball’ dolphins
  • Two MMF Car Stickers
  • Newsletter updates on MMFs endeavours
  • Invitations to MMF Members events

Donate to a cause

Your generous donations fund critical ongoing applied research, conservation, community awareness and education initiatives

Adopt a Marine Mammal

Become one of MMFs members and you can make a huge difference helping to conserve and protect Australia’s amazing marine mammals for future generations to enjoy.

Buddy up with a Burrunan

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Buddy up with a Burrunan and make a difference helping to conserve and protect Australia’s amazing marine mammals for future generations to enjoy.

The Burrunan dolphin was discovered, described and named in 2011 by Australian Marine Mammal Conservation Foundation’s Founding Director, Dr Kate Charlton-Robb. Dr Kate’s research has resulted in the Burrunan dolphin being listed as ‘Endangered’ under the Victorian Flora and Fauna Guarantee Act. The formal naming of the Burrunan is just the tip of the iceberg.

Keep it Real with a Seal

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Keep it Real with a Seal and make a difference helping to conserve and protect Australia’s amazing marine mammals for future generations to enjoy.

The seals are subject to numerous threats, such as entanglements from fishing lines, impacts from rubbish and plastics, boating impacts and other human induced threats. MMF is working with government organsiation to better understand and protect the seals, conducting crucial science which underpins management. Your support helps us conduct this critical research.

Volunteer

AMMCF has a very active volunteer program which allows hands on experience with our team. Volunteers become involved with all aspects of the Foundation from applied research through to assisting at community stalls. We have had people from all walks of life, with a whole manner of interest and skills, from University students, to legal experts to graphic designers!

We generally request people volunteer on a regular basis to really make it beneficial for everyone. To get involved, please fill in the following form and one of our team members will get in touch.

Become a Partner

As an MMF Partnership Program supporter you can help MMF fund critical ongoing applied research, conservation, community awareness and education initiatives. Together we can ensure that what we do today creates a better tomorrow.

For more information please download the MMF Partnership Introduction (.pdf) here

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