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Bush Heritage Australia is an independent not-for-profit that buys and manages land, and also partners with Aboriginal people, to conserve our magnificent landscapes and irreplaceable native species forever.


Western Quolls caught on camera

We recently discovered four Western Quolls on monitoring cameras at two of our midwest Western Australian reserves over the space of two weeks.

A Western Quoll captured by a remote monitoring camera.


Mawonga IPA

Ngiyampaa Wangaaypuwan people have celebrated their long-held dream of having ngurrampaa (country) back in their management in a dedication ceremony for the Mawonga Indigenous Protected Area (IPA) in central-western NSW.

A cultural place on Mawonga IPA. Photo by Nigel Jones.


Acoustic monitoring project

Australian scientists, in collaboration with Bush Heritage and other conservation groups, have built a world-first acoustic recording network that will change the nature of ecological monitoring forever.

Bush Heritage staff set up an A20 acoustic recorder on Naree Station Reserve, Budjiti country, NSW.

We're proud to acknowledge the Traditional Owners of the places in which we live and work. We recognise and respect the enduring relationship they have with their lands and water, and pay our respects to Elders, past and present.