Partner Organisations

  • Birdlife Australia is an independent not-for-profit dedicated to creating a bright future for Australia’s native birds.

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  • We have been working with CEN for over a decade to provide an entry-level option for NSW landholders who are looking to manage their land to maximise biodiversity and support wildlife habitat.

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  • GER is working with Gondwana Link, one of Australia’s other major large landscape conservation initiatives, to raise the national profile of connectivity conservation and maximise impact on the ground.

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  • The International Fund for Animal Welfare (IFAW) is a global non-profit helping animals and people thrive together. Working in more than forty countries, we rescue, rehabilitate and release animals, and restore and protect their natural habitats.

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  • The National Parks Association of NSW is a non-government conservation group that seeks to protect, connect and restore the integrity and diversity of natural systems in NSW and beyond.

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  • A grant from The Ian Potter Foundation is enabling us to scale-up our efforts to meet some of Australia’s greatest environmental challenges.

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  • The North East Bioregional Network is dedicated to protecting, maintaining, and restoring ecological integrity and resilience on the East Coast of Tasmania. NEBN works with public, private, and NGO partners, community groups and volunteers, to lead a wide variety of projects and initiatives.

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  • To help secure the future of our animal pollinators, GER is working with Planting for Pollinators to restore and relink nectar-rich trees across south-eastern Australia to boost sources of food for native birds and bats.

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  • In response to the devastating 2019-2020 bushfires, we joined forces with WWF-Australia to restore the health and resilience of habitat for forest-dependent native animals.

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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.