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Bush Heritage Australia

is an independent not-for-profit that buys and manages land, and works in partnerships with others, to conserve our magnificent landscapes and irreplaceable native species forever.


A river in recovery

The bushfires of January 2020 left Australia’s second longest river, the Murrumbidgee, thick with ash and silt. Now, its waters are clearer thanks to a community-led effort.

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UMDR Facilitator Antia Brademann. Photo Rohan Thomson/Pew Pew Studio.


The restoration long game

Scientific research into ecological restoration has traditionally focused on plants and animals. But if you want to understand the full impacts of restoration, it’s crucial to examine what’s happening in the soil.

An update on our 1 Million Trees Project >

Ben, Liam and Tina Parkhurst planting trees at Eurardy Reserve.


Pilungah Reserve

Our decision to rename Cravens Peak Reserve in far western Queensland as Pilungah Reserve acknowledges the enduring connection of Wangkamadla people to their country.

Hear from Wangkamadla woman Avelina Tarrago >

Avelina Tarrago speaks with Pilungah Reserve Managers Corinna Clark and Ingo Schomacker. Photo Pete Wallis.

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.