Land For Wildlife Properties

Hectares of Habitat

Hectares of Habitat Under Restoration

Schools in Land for Wildlife

Brisbane Land for Wildlife Hotspots

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  • Anstead
  • Bellbowrie
  • Brookfield
  • Burbank
  • Gumdale
  • Karana Downs
  • Kenmore Hills

  • Kholo
  • Moggill
  • Mount Crosby
  • Pullenvale
  • Ransome
  • The Gap
  • Upper Brookfield

Benefits of Becoming a Brisbane Member

Expert Advice

on native plants, wildlife, ecosystems and their management. More

Free Property Maps

Property maps available as well as Bushland Management Plans. More

Free Native Trees

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Free Native Flora

Free native flora and fauna reference books More

Free Workshops

available to attend to help provide education on land conservation. More


Opportunity to network with other Land for Wildlife members. More

Assistance Payments

Eligible for annual Cash Management Assistance Payment.

Monitoring Cameras

Access to fauna monitoring cameras and bush regeneration tools. More

Regular newsletters

Keep update on all things Land for Wildlife. More


An iconic Land for Wildlife sign (Registered properties only). More

Eligibility Criteria

Bush blocks, farms, schools, golf courses and commercial properties are all eligible to join Land for Wildlife. There must be a willingness to protect and improve all, or part, of your land for nature conservation. In addition to the size and vegetation criteria shown below, other factors include connectivity (proximity to other bushland areas including other Land for Wildlife properties), presence of threatened species, habitat for threatened species, waterways, educational or broader community values.

Land for Wildlife Registration

More than 0.5 hectares (i.e. 5000m2 or 1.3 acres) of native vegetation, which contains:

  • A diversity of plant species
  • Depending on the ecosystem, a diversity of vegetation
  • and layers such as groundcovers, vines
  • and grasses, tall trees and shrubs.
  • A manageable level of threats such as weeds
  • and pest animals or soil erosion.

Land for Wildlife Working Towards Registration

Less than 0.5 hectares of native vegetation, which contains:

  • limited plant diversity, or limited vegetation layers
  • or abundant threats, but can be restored

Meet our Members – Land for Wildlife Case Studies

“What we have learnt being an LFW Member”
Kate McVicar, Upper Brookfield

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“Weed control, restoration & wildlife”
Alan and Francis Hayter, Upper Brookfield

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“Tremnant Scribbly Gum forests in Brisbane”
Jak Guyomar, Gumdale

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Become a member by getting in touch with Brisbane City Council today!

(07) 3403 8888