- 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
Land for Wildlife: Connecting People and the Land
Lori Gould is a Land for Wildlife assessor who works in the GER Kanangra-Boyd to Wyangala regional partnership area, supporting landholders to contribute meaningfully to bushfire recovery and ensuring the survival of our unique animals and plants through private land conservation and restoration.
Rocklily Wombats: A Refuge for Wildlife
Rocklily Wombats is a wildlife refuge in the K2W Link section of the GER corridor that rescues, rehabilitates and releases wombats, macropods and other native animals. Owners Dianna and Warwick Bisset have been working since the Black Summer bushfires to restore and reconnect habitat on their land.
Since purchasing Toledo, a 200ha merino sheep farm in the NSW Southern Tablelands, Dr Robyn Alders has been working with GER’s regional partnership, Kanangra-Boyd to Wyngala Link and other organisations to improve the health and biodiversity of her property by establishing a production system that works with nature.
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 […]Read more
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 […]Read more
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 […]Read more
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 […]Read more