Our vision

We bring people together to protect, link and restore healthy habitats over 3,600km from Victoria through to far north Queensland.

kilometres of land
kilometres of land
partners
partners
of our threatened animals
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of our threatened animals
of our threatened plants
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of our threatened plants
gigatons stored carbon
gigatons stored carbon
water catchments
water catchments

Our projects

  • Support wildlifeSupport wildlife
  • Natural solutionsNatural solutions
  • Resilient landscapesResilient landscapes
  • Healthy peopleHealthy people
CONNECTIVITY CONSERVATION EXPERT CONNECTIVITY CONSERVATION EXPERT

“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

News

06th October 2020

A tribute to Dr Graeme Worboys

GER is very saddened by the loss of Honorary Associate Professor Graeme Worboys AM; one of Australia’s conservation giants and co-founder of the Great Eastern Ranges Initiative. Dr Graeme Worboys…

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09th September 2020

Closing the gap

Twenty-five dedicated volunteers came together in August to help plant 750 native trees and shrubs, comprising 35 different rainforest species, on a property near Berry on the NSW South Coast….

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11th August 2020

Building back better by reinvigorating Australia’s National Wildlife Corridors Plan

With connectivity conservation one of the most effective ways to ensure a healthier, more resilient Australia post-COVID and the devastating 2019-2020 bushfires, the recent launch of IUCN’s…

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22nd April 2020

Cores, Corridors and Koalas

As part of our bushfire response efforts, we have partnered with WWF-Australia to restore the health and resilience of key habitat for Koalas, Greater Gliders and other forest-dependent native…

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Donate

By donating to the Great Eastern Ranges you will be helping us to relink and restore healthy habitats across 3,600km for nature and people.