Our priority landscapes
Shaded areas on the map indicate our priority landscapes – areas we've identified as in need of increased protection to safeguard nationally significant ecosystems. They've been chosen for their conservation value, our capacity to help protect them, and the degree to which they're already protected through Australia’s National Reserve System – a combined network of publically and privately protected lands.
Bush Heritage owns 36 reserves covering 1.2 million hectares of land across Australia. These are protected, forever. We look after this country to ensure the vibrant living things that call these landscapes home remain healthy and thriving.
Reedy Creek, Currumbin Valley, Goonderoo, Carnarvon, Pullen Pullen, Edgbaston, Ethabuka, Cravens Peak, Yourka, Fan Palm
- New South Wales:
Nameless Sylvan, Tarcutta Hills, Brogo, Burrin Burrin, Scottsdale, Naree
- South Australia:
Bon Bon, Boolcoomatta
John C Griffin, Nardoo Hills, The Round House
- Western Australia:
Kojonup, Beringa, Chereninup Creek, Monjebup (including Monjebup North), Hamelin, Eurardy, Charles Darwin
Liffey Valley Reserves, South Esk Pine, Friendly Beaches
We work in partnership with 11 Aboriginal groups on their land and sea country, and 14 Traditional Owner groups on our reserves to deliver conservation and socio-economic outcomes. Our total partnerships cover a management area of 10.1 million hectares.
We collaborate with private landholders, communities, and other conservation groups across Australia that share our vision of ‘healthy Country, protected forever’. By engaging with and within communities, we achieve so much more than we could if we were working alone.