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


16th November 2023

Our mighty pollinators: Australia’s little unsung heroes

From blue-banded bees to grey-headed flying-foxes, Australia’s pollinating insects and animals play a critical role in maintaining the health and productivity of our land. In addition to bees, of which […]

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06th November 2023

Corporate volunteers dig in to help plant trees for wildlife in the K2W Link

Around 20 corporate volunteers from Australian furniture retailer Koala, WWF-Australia, and International Volunteers for Peace helped plant habitat for local wildlife at an award-winning Land for Wildlife property near Crookwell […]

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02nd November 2023

New partnership working with farmers to support wildlife and boost biodiversity in the Bega Valley

Local organisations and government agencies in NSW’s Bega Valley are working with farmers to assist wildlife by regenerating and reconnecting sparse and fragmented habitats. Bega Cheese, and the Regional Circularity […]

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12th October 2023

New study indicates majority of endangered greater glider habitat in Queensland unprotected

Researchers at Griffith University have discovered that the majority of critical habitat and movement pathways for southern greater gliders in Queensland lie outside of protected areas. Dr Patrick Norman and […]

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