Welcome to Land for Wildlife
South East Queensland

a vibrant, progressive program that aims to protect native wildlife and flora for the benefit of future generations.

Land for Wildlife brings together like-minded landholders to share skills and knowledge about nature conservation. To date over 50,000 hectares of habitat for wildlife has been protected with a further 3700 hectares under restoration, just in South East Queensland. read more

Weed of the month

During September and October, several yellow-flowering weeds become highly visible. read more

Native plant of the month

Spring is a good time to look out for flowering orchids. Dockrillia species include orchids with memorable names such as pencil, tongue, dagger, cucumber and tick orchids... read more

Fauna Vignettes - The Supermarket Tree

We have always loved the red-flowering gum planted thirty years ago near our Tallebudgera home. read more