© Bill Pigot, Berry Landcare

Our Impact

Since our establishment in 2007, the Great Eastern Ranges (GER) has grown to become one of the world’s largest connectivity conservation initiatives. Here is our 2021 impact at a glance.

Kilometres of land encapsulated in the Great Eastern Ranges vision
Kilometres of land encapsulated in the Great Eastern Ranges vision
Organisations working to achieve the GER vision
Organisations working to achieve the GER vision
Volunteers involved in projects and activities
Volunteers involved in projects and activities
Priority landscapes in which we focus our efforts
Priority landscapes in which we focus our efforts
Threatened species of wildlife directly targeted through projects
Threatened species of wildlife directly targeted through projects
Sustainable Development Goals being advanced through GER
Sustainable Development Goals being advanced through GER
  • 2021 Impact Report

    Despite the difficulties created by the COVID-19 pandemic, the past year has seen the Great Eastern Ranges continue to expand its footprint and capacity to meet the challenges and opportunities of the next critical decade. View our 2021 Impact Report to read about some of the major highlights and achievements of the past 12 months. These would not have been possible without the support of our valued partners, members, donors and supporters.

"Seeing the evolution of great ideas taking shape, being moulded by great champions and slowly becoming realities on the ground, that is the story of GER."

Penelope Figgis AO

Penelope Figgis AO, Vice Chair for Oceania IUCN World Commission on Protected Areas

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