Bush Heritage Australia purchased Naree Station because it is an outstanding wetland located in a vitally important part of the Murray Darling Basin System.
It is recognised as one of the most important wetland sites in Australia. The national water bird surveys recognise it as among the top 20 such places right across our nation.
In 2008 it was estimated that over 50,000 water birds bred on Yantabulla Swamp, which runs along the south of Naree. And there have been over 10,000 breeding on Back Creek Swamp within the property.
Bush Heritage is privileged to have the support of many Australians from all walks of life who are helping helped us secure Naree now and forever.