A chubby numbat cake.

    Photo Credit: @TSCommissioner

    Rare bird egg crackles.

    Photo Credit: @BirdsanctuarySA

    A Kimberley pit-fall trap line cake with a Marsupial mole.

    Photo Credit: @BecWest

    A bandicoot cake.

    Photo Credit: @WestBec

    A mahogany glider cake.

    Photo Credit: @tester_oliver

    A natural temperate grassland wildflower cake.

    Photo Credit: @friendsofiramoo

    A sandhill dunnart cake.

    Photo Credit: @WombatWrangler

    Pilbara leaf-nosed bats & Yorkrakine trapdoor spider cupcakes.

    Photo Credit: @BonnyDunlopH

    Gingerbread warru.

    Photo Credit: @WestBec

    Richmond birdwing butterfly biscuits.

    Photo Credit: @TSCommissioner

    An endangered Gouldian finch cake.

    Photo Credit: @melissajensen_

    A Guthega skink cake.

    Photo Credit: @Rachlowry

    A gingerbread numbat.

    Photo Credit: @FarrellyMelissa

    A mala hare wallaby cake.

    Photo Credit: @TSCommissioner

    A Derwent River sea star cake.

    Photo Credit: @ConsSciRMIT

    A platypus cake.

    Photo Credit: @chcolatelily90

    An Australian fritillary butterfly cake.

    Photo Credit: @Rosie_MaryG

    A bilby cake.

    Photo Credit: @HannahBannist_r

    An echidna cake.

    Photo Credit: @terrainecology

    A mallee emu-wren cake, the overall winner.

    Photo Credit: @moth_nut

The best cakes from the Threatened Species Bake Off

By AG STAFF | September 5, 2017

To celebrate Threatened Species Day this Thursday the TS Commissioner, Greg Andrews is holding a bake off with a twist— all baked goods must be of your favourite threatened species. Greg will be judging entries alongside Dr Bec West from UNSW and Annabel Crabb. Entries close this Thursday.