Balu Blue Foundation was founded in late 2016, with a vision to be a part of the environmental awareness movement, and to inspire others to live with light footprint on this planet, to learn about and respect wildlife, both within Australia and internationally.

Brinkley Davies, a long time wildlife and nature advocate, with a background of BSc Marine Biology, Dive Master, Coxswain and a resume of volunteer work around the world in likewise fields, founded this organisation, with a goal of connecting with people around the world, sharing their passions for the ocean, the natural environment and preserving the wild planet that we live on.  

BALU BLUE

MISSION STATEMENT

Balu Blue Foundation is a not-for-profit organisation with a purpose of education, research and conservation, for protection and enhancement of the natural environment.

 Our mission is to create awareness and inspire protection of the natural environment and its wildlife, through­ experience and education, while also contributing to existing projects with parallel purposes.

Our mission involves scope of primary research on wildlife species, rescue of native wildlife, and restoration of destroyed habitats. We aim to share educational material to assist in the preservation of these crucial habitats.

Balu Blue Foundation aims to educate and inspire sustainable and ethical living, that minimises our harm to the oceans, animals, and our planet as a whole. 

  Brinkley Davies speaking at the Port Lincoln event for Hands Across The Sand, on behalf of Balu Blue Foundation, a campaign to protect the Great Australian Bight from Big Oil Exploration and Drilling. 

Brinkley Davies speaking at the Port Lincoln event for Hands Across The Sand, on behalf of Balu Blue Foundation, a campaign to protect the Great Australian Bight from Big Oil Exploration and Drilling. 

  The Balu Blue Foundation logo made our out of rubbish that was collected at the 2017 #CLEARTIDES even in Port Lincoln, in collaboration with SALT Festival

The Balu Blue Foundation logo made our out of rubbish that was collected at the 2017 #CLEARTIDES even in Port Lincoln, in collaboration with SALT Festival