Our Offices

WWF is a leading global conservation organization, with a network that spans more than 100 countries.

There is an interdependent relationship between our programmes of work in different offices. We see and act on the interconnections of many conservation issues and to address problems and solutions together.

In Hong Kong, we have over 90 full-time staff working in five offices located in Kwai Hing, Central, Tai Po, Mai Po and Hoi Ha Wan.

Kwai Hing & Central Offices

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Kwai Hing office
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WWF’s offices are located in two of Hong Kong’s major business districts. The programme office in Kwai Hing and the visitor centre in Central each incorporate green office strategies.

Tai Po Island House

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WWF-Hong Kong Island House Office
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Built at the beginning of the 20th century, Island House continues to stand, now serving as an education and conservation research centre operated by WWF. The former official residence of the District Commissioners, NewTerritories, continues to serve the community by promoting environmental and cultural heritage education. Island House Open Day will be held annually.
Island House Conservation Studies Centre

Centre routine opening details:
Date Time Opening area
Monday to Friday
(except public holiday)
10:00-12:00 Garden and Exhibition Hall
Sunday 10:00-16:00 Exhibition Hall
*Guided visit is arranged on the 4th Sunday afternoon of each month.

Mai Po Nature Reserve

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Peter Scott Field Studies Centre
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WWF’s Education Centre at Mai Po hosts educational programmes for students and trainers of all levels, as well as training for South China Wetland managers. The important Ramsar site is open for public visits and special tours operated by WWF.

Mai Po Nature Reserve

Mai Po Nature Reserve Centre - Black-Faced Spoonbill rooting area / ©: WWF-Hong Kong
Discover Mai Po's wetland natural environment.
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Hoi Ha Wan

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WWF-Hong Kong's Hoi Ha Wan Office
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The Jockey Club HSBC WWF Hong Kong Hoi Ha Marine Life Centre is a premier marine educational facility, surrounded by a diverse range of marine life. The location is also home to a specially designed glass-bottomed boat, the first of its kind in Hong Kong.

Marine Education Programme

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Read about the education programme held at the Asia's first classroom on the sea.