Building data and local knowledge on migratory shorebirds through our partnership with Birdlife.

We have a long history of collaborating with both government and non-government research organisations, academic institutions and scientific professionals to build our understanding of the diverse environments in which we work. The scientific data and knowledge collected as a result of our partnerships assists us to evaluate and manage potential impacts and better inform our business and the community. We share this knowledge transparently with governments, regulators and communities to support better environmental outcomes more broadly.

Ningaloo Turtle Monitoring Program

Understanding more about the unique habitat of one of Western Australia’s most precious species. The Ningaloo Coast and Pibara Islands off the north-west coast of Australia are significant nesting areas for green, loggerhead, flat-back and hawksbill turles. The DBCA (Parks and Wildlife Services in Exmouth) and local Emouth Cape Conservation Group have been monitoring sea turtles through the volunteer-based NTP for more than 15 years and Woodside has been a supporter for the past eight years, with the program providing valuable long-term data on threatened sea turgle populations. The research improves Woodside's understanding of the existing environment and key sensitive species in the Ningaloo region and contributes to a shared goal to better manage the environment.


Our Community Partners: Environment

Woodside acknowledges Indigenous people's connections to land, water and community. We pay our respects to ancestors and elders - past, present and emerging. We recognise the many contributions Indigenous people make to our business, as community members and employees.