Adopt an Orangutan

Orangutans are endangered and at risk of extinction. Habitat destruction mean hundreds of orphan orangutans need to be cared for every year. You can help by adopting one. Their dedicated ‘nannies’ teach them everything they need to know for when it’s time to release them back to the wild. You can follow their progress through Forest School.

Orangutan adoptions are a meaningful, tax-deductible gift, perfect for all ages.


Please help the Orangutans in their struggle for survival. Your donation is important and goes directly to BOS Indonesia to help bring this noble yet endangered species back from the brink and on a path to freedom.

You can also SMS BOSA to 0467 000 273 to donate $25 (or any other amount)


Virtual Gift Certificates

The perfect gift for any occasion! Chose from our selection of gift certificates for INSTANT delivery by email to you or whoever you want, anywhere in the world. Each certificate is personalised with the name of your choice. A perfect gift for you or a friend. Virtual gifts are tax deductible in Australia.

Recent News

Rachel and Alejandra’s First Days in Nursery Group

The newest members of the Nyaru Menteng Nursery Group, Alejandra and Rachel, have been thoroughly examined at our clinic and are now being cared for in the quarantine section of the Baby House. Read Article »

Tiny and Ajeng Get Cosy in Kehje Sewen

Our PRM team from Nles Mamse Camp in the Kehje Sewen Forest recently set out before dawn to conduct nest-to-nest monitoring on Tiny, a young male orangutan we released in December. Read Article »

Alba to Settle in New Home Soon

The world’s only known albino orangutan, Alba, is destined for the forest and will start her new life on a 10-hectare forest-island home by the end of June. Read Article »

Palm Oil Spill An Environmental Disaster

BOS Australia was contacted by eight year old, Roisin, who lives with her family on Lamma Island in Hong Kong.  The collision happened on Thursday the 3rd of August and by Sunday the 6th, Roisin witnessed huge amounts of palm oil washing up on the beaches of her home, along with many dead fish. Read Article »

Olbert Gets a Second Chance at Freedom

Olbert Gets a Second Chance at Freedom Read Article »

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