The coastal emu is an Endangered Population on the NSW North Coast. Without action, this population will soon become extinct.

The Coastal Emu Alliance was formed as a result of community concern across the Richmond-Clarence Lowlands, wanting to come together because of their strong desire to conserve these special, iconic, uniquely Australian birds into the future.

This endangered population is the last of the emus that once roamed across much of the east coast. With less than 50 emus recorded in the last community survey (2016), we have now reached a crisis point.

To address this urgent need to gather support – build commitment – seek financial investment – and take decisive action for the protection of the coastal emu, this Alliance has out together a detailed recovery plan that can be downloaded here.