AWC has also received support from GWF for their Tableland project. In partnership with the Yulmbu Community, AWC manages a vast 308,000 hecatre sanctuary in remote central Kimberley. The Yulmbu partnership provides a new model for integrating conservation and community development on indigenous land. AWC leases the land from the community and collaboratively works together to meet specific conservation performance targets. The community receives income, employment, assistance with managing cattle herds and improved infrastructure. Over 40 mammals and 207 birds are found on the sanctuary, with 17 listed as threatened.