What we do

Last updated: Friday 27 May, 2016

Bush Heritage buys or acquires land of high conservation value to establish private conservation reserves. We also partner with other land owners (including Aboriginal groups) to help achieve conservation outcomes. We help protect millions of hectares of ecologically important land.

  • We work closely with our neighbours and local communities.
  • Everything we do is informed by science.
  • We have more than 40,000 (and growing) committed supporters.
  • We partner with Aboriginal communities, other land owners, non‑profits, businesses and governments, because we know that by working together we can achieve so much more. 

We work principally in our 'priority landscapes'. These regions have been selected on the basis of national biodiversity priorities, the location of our existing reserves and where we wish to establish strategic partnerships.