To bring people together to protect, connect and restore healthy landscapes across 3,600km of eastern Australia.
- Supporting wildlife
- Providing natural solutions
- Creating resilient landscapes
- Ensuring 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, Former Vice Chair Mountains and Connectivity, International
Union for Conservation of Nature World Commission on Protected Areas
Inspiring the next generation of nature carers
To inspire the next generation of nature carers, the Kanangra-Boyd to Wyangala GER partnership together with the NSW Office of Environment and Heritage collaborated with teachers from five local schools to develop a NSW curriculum-linked teaching package on biodiversity.
Our planet is battling a deluge of unprecedented challenges – global warming, large-scale deforestation, escalating extinction rates and climate disasters threaten our existence and the very fabric of our societies. […]Read more
In a first for New South Wales, a ‘virtual fence’ is being trialled on a section of road on the South Coast in the hopes that it will help curb […]Read more
Local and international conservation leaders present at inaugural connectivity conference in Brisbane
Over 130 conservation practitioners, landholders, Indigenous-led organisations, community groups, eNGOs and government representatives came together for Connecting People, Connecting Nature in Brisbane from 18-19 October. The inaugural connectivity conference was […]Read more
Four new Indigenous ranger positions have been created in the Northern Rivers as part of a large-scale effort to help restore Country, culture and community in some of the most […]Read more