Bush Heritage is a national non-profit organisation that protects Australia’s unique animals, plants and their habitats.

We do this by acquiring and managing land of outstanding conservation value, or by working in partnership with other landowners. Our vision for 2025 is to protect 1% of Australia.

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The upper Murrumbidgee River is home to 3 nationally threatened fish species and we recently discovered a beautiful 93cm Murray cod at Scottsdale Reserve. This fish will be one of the beneficiaries of Scottsdale's carp trapping program.
Canoeists paddling through Black Rock Gorge on a mission to control willows along the upper Murrumbidgee River found a 'stranded' juvenile platypus in a sinkhole on the bedrock platform of what's now known as 'platypus falls'.
On the 22nd of July a small group of orchid conservationists planted the Stuart Mill spider orchid (Caladenia cretacea) back into the John Colahan Griffin reserve in Victoria.
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Young people from the small rural towns of Perenjori and Morawa in the Northern Wheatbelt region of WA recently began a six-month youth leadership program at Charles Darwin Reserve.
A big, heartfelt congratulations to our partners in the Kimberly – the Wunambal Gaambera – who’ve been acknowledged with the 2014 Caring for Country NAIDOC award at a ceremony on the Gold Coast on 12 July.
If our campaign to protect the Monjebup Creek property' in the Fitz‑Stirling region of south‑west Western Australia is successful, another piece of the Gondwana Link puzzle will fall into place. Here's a taste of what we expect monitoring work on the property will reveal.
Following the success of last year's inaugural Blues for the Bush and Charles Darwin Reserve Open Day, we will again partner with the Shire of Perenjori to welcome you on October 4.

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