Cores, Corridors and Koalas
Partnering with WWF-Australia to restore and reconnect habitat for koalas in six priority locations across eastern Australia following the devastating bushfires of 2019-2020.
Port to Plateau
Port to Plateau, spearheaded by local Landcare groups with support from GER, will provide a corridor for wildlife that links the coastal Port Macquarie region with the Comboyne Plateau. This highly diverse landscape, which transitions from eucalypt woodlands to subtropical rainforest, provides an important altitudinal connection for animals moving between the lowland and the ranges.
© Viviene Jones
Planting for Pollinators
To help secure the future of our animal pollinators and reduce the risk of disease spill over, GER is working with ecologist Dr Peggy Eby and partners to restore and reconnect flowering trees to boost sources of food for flying foxes and nectar-dependant birds.
Glideways, Flyways and Stepping Stones
Glideways, Flyways and Stepping Stones, a partnership between the Great Eastern Ranges (GER) and WIRES, assist and expand populations of glossy black cockatoos, spotted-tailed quolls and dozens of other wildlife […]
© Bill Pigot, Berry Landcare
Berry Bush Links
Berry Bush Links is a partnership led by Berry Landcare which is working to reconnect the region’s isolated forests to create a vital corridor for wildlife moving between the coast and the escarpment.
The Thin Green Line
The Thin Green Line project straddles the diverse landscapes of the spectacular Illawarra Escarpment which, in terms of forest connectivity, is at its thinnest point between Newcastle and the Victorian […]
© Taronga Zoo
Glideways in the K2W Link
Bringing together local communities to support vitally important populations of Squirrel glider, Spotted-tailed quoll, Scarlet robin and other woodland species in the Bigga and Tuena districts.
Plains to Pacific
Plains to Pacific is a new GER partner initiative to protect, connect and restore the diverse Hawkesbury Nepean River from the Western Plains at Oberon to the Pacific Ocean on […]
Bello Gives A Fig
Bello Gives a Fig is a community-led project that restores preferred food trees for the Bellingen-Shires grey-headed flying fox colonies and raises awareness of the mega-bats in local schools.