Since 2007, the Great Eastern Ranges has been bringing people together to work towards a shared vision of well connected, resilient and thriving communities, landscapes and natural systems across 3,600km of eastern Australia.
We do this by partnering with and filling the gaps in knowledge, capacity and capability of a growing network of local, regional and national organisations. These include other environmental not-for-profits, Landcare and community groups, government agencies, First Nations groups, academic and research institutions, and businesses.

Project Showcase

  • Supporting wildlifeSupporting wildlife
  • Providing natural solutionsProviding natural solutions
  • Creating resilient landscapesCreating resilient landscapes
  • Ensuring healthy communitiesEnsuring healthy communities

“The GER vision is an internationally significant investment in a better Australia and a continental scale response to climate change.”

The late Dr. Graeme Worboys

The late Dr. Graeme Worboys, Former Vice Chair Mountains and Connectivity, International
Union for Conservation of Nature World Commission on Protected Areas


19th September 2023

Heralding the start of Australia’s stormbird season

For many Australians, the loud rasping call of the channel-billed cuckoo that echoes those of their dinosaur ancestors, heralds the start of Spring. Known traditionally by First Australians as the […]

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18th September 2023

Bushfire recovery project helping to heal country and community on NSW South Coast

South Coast landholders still feeling the effects of the Black Summer bushfires are receiving a helping hand as part of a broader effort to restore country, culture and community in […]

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12th September 2023

First trial of virtual fencing to reduce wildlife roadkill on NSW South Coast deemed a major success

The first trial of a ‘virtual fence’ by a council in New South Wales has been a major success in improving driver safety and preventing wallabies, wombats and other wildlife […]

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07th September 2023

Southern greater gliders bouncing back in parts of Greater Blue Mountains post-fire

A recent survey in the Greater Blue Mountains has surprised ecologists by finding a significantly increased population and good post-fire recovery of the Southern Greater Glider in the vicinity of […]

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