We buy and manage land for conservation and partner with Aboriginal groups and other landowners (such as farmers), to help them plan and achieve conservation goals on their land too.
Independent and informed by science, our purpose is to return the bush to good health.
We focus work in our priority landscapes – areas selected on the basis of national biodiversity priorities, location of existing reserves and opportunities for strategic partnerships.
Today we work across 11.3 million hectares of land. Our reserves and partnerships protect threatened ecosystems and 6,359 species of plants and animals, including at least 243 threatened species (see our annual Impact Report for details).