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 July, the dried, yellowish seed pods of Balloon Vine are easily visible. read more

Native plant of the month

The clustered fruit of Foambark is a common sight in some rainforests and wet eucalypt forests during winter. 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