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 per cent of Australia.

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Emma Burgess has been investigating mosaic burns at Carnarvon for her PhD studies.
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We're proud to announce a range of new and improved opportunities for supporterts to visit Bush Heritage reserve. There’s something for everyone from self‑guided trips, overnight camps and guided tours to personalised birding experiences and mountain bike adventures.
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Bushfires during the long hot summer are an expected part of land management in Australia. This summer, on Carnarvon Station Reserve, wildfires burnt for several weeks. Changing climatic conditions are making fire planning and preparation, to handle such events, more important than ever.
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Meet one of our long‑term supporters, John Hutchinson, whose early interest in electronics and his love of the Australian bush has led him to create the world’s pre‑eminent collection of Western Australian bird songs.
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Bush Heritage Australia has extended partnerships with the Warddeken of west Arnhem Land and Balkanu in Cape York to help fund their conservation programs.
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The endangered Tunbridge buttercup has been discovered on a farm participating in Bush Heritage and the Tasmanian Land Conservancy's Midlands Conservation Fund. The farm is one of ten Midlands properties with stewardship agreements protecting important native grasslands and woodlands on private land in a region that is one of Australia's 15 biodiversity hotspots.
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Bush Heritage Australia’s habitat restoration work in WA’s Gondwana Link bush corridor scheme is bringing back priority species to areas of the Stirling Range and Fitzgerald River region.
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