Conserving and creating natural habitats is one of the best ways to support our region’s native flora and fauna.
The Land for Wildlife program encourages private landholders to contribute towards creating a network of natural habitat that provide food, water, shelter and protection for all wildlife.
About Land for Wildlife
Land for Wildlife is a free, voluntary program for landholders who want to provide habitat for wildlife on their property.
The program provides a variety of support and resources to individual landholders including:
- access to a dedicated Land for Wildlife officer
- the opportunity to learn about native plants, wildlife and ecosystems, as well as how to manage weeds and pests through things like newsletters, how-to guides and workshops
- the chance to restore degraded land, improve water quality of creeks and rivers and create wildlife corridors.
How do I get involved?
To find out more or to register your property with Land for Wildlife, simply call Gympie Regional Council’s Land for Wildlife Officer on 0447 051 329 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
17 OCTOBER 2020 - Land for Wildlife field day
Our next field day is being held from 8:30-11:45am on Saturday, 17 October. The day will include a visit to ANARRA headquarters to view animals in care, as well as a working bee at a member's property to help them create a viable habitat for the Richmond Birdwing Butterfly. You'll also benefit from a short demonstration of Wildwatch Gympie.
Click here to download our event flyer and find out more about the field day.
RSVPs close 14 October 2020. You can RSVP by emailing email@example.com.
Useful links and resources
Download the Land for Wildlife brochure
Visit the Land for Wildlife (SEQ) website