Bush Heritage is a national non-profit organisation conserving biodiversity in Australia.

We do this by buying and managing land of outstanding conservation value, and working in partnership with other landowners. We help protect native habitats on millions of hectares of the most ecologically important landscapes. 

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The Bush Heritage 14-15 Anual Report cover

We are proud to present our 2014-2015 Annual Report

Our supporters have enabled us to make wonderful progress this year in our efforts to protect Australia's precious plants, animals and landscapes. Our annual report fills you in on how we have spent the generous donations that made this possible. The report includes the Chief Executive's report, a concise financial report, and stunning photos and stories of our conservation successes.
Participants of the Gundawa Young Leaders program at Charles Darwin Reserve, Western Australia

Rick Farley Memorial Award open for applications

We offer four Rick Farley Memorial Awards to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander secondary students (grades 10–12) who are interested in a career in conservation management. The awards are $500 each and can be used to help students learn more about environmental conservation and cultural heritage management.
The Wadawurrung Tree of Knowledge

Celebrating NAIDOC week

NAIDOC week is a great opportunity to highlight and celebrate Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander culture. Generations of caring for our country has informed and shaped Australia and its unique, biodiverse landscapes. This year’s theme highlights the fact that we all stand on sacred ground.
Volunteer, Nicole, getting ready to place fish monitor in the river.

Huge fish monitoring array

All fish monitoring stations in a 90km long fish tracking array in the Upper Murrumbidgee River have now been installed thanks to project staff and some pretty dedicated volunteers.
Red-kneed dotteral

Double the impact in outback wetlands

Through an innovative new partnership with South Endeavour Trust, Bush Heritage has begun managing Yantabulla Station adjacent to our Naree Reserve.