We focus our work on priority landscapes by selecting areas rich in biodiversity and safeguard it for future generations
We acquire and manage land that:
- Has existing biodiversity value, endangered or threatened species (like Koalas, Tasmanian devils, Spotted-tail quoll, Mt. Arthur burrowing crayfish, Lindleys spider-orchids, Hoary Sunray and Silver-leaved mountain gums);
- Protects communities and species under-represented in other reserves;
- Supports viable populations of species and ecosystems for our kids and their kids;
- Provides scientists and researchers a place to study and deepen their understanding of environmental issues; and
- Extends habitat or corridors for threatened wildlife through bordering other conservation areas and national parks.
Our special places