Partner organisations

In addition to working with a growing number of regional partnerships, the Great Eastern Ranges partners with a variety of individual local and national NGOs, community groups, research organisations and government agencies with a common interest in community-led, large-scale connectivity conservation.
  • 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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  • 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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  • We have joined forces with WIRES, Australia’s largest wildlife rescue organisation, to support the post-fire recovery of wildlife across southeast Australia.

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Your donation will help us to protect, connect and restore healthy landscapes for the benefit of people and nature across 3,600km of eastern Australia.