Land for Wildlife

Land for Wildlife

We registered our farm as a Land For Wildlife property in 2015 and are one of the 250 properties in the Southwest committed to habitat restoration.

Land for Wildlife is a voluntary State Government program to encourage and assist landholders manage wildlife habitat on their property.

last exclusion fence June 2020

We have planted over 10,000 trees and shrubs over the last 12 years and regeneration of the natural bushland is occurring after we installed miles of stock exculsion fencing, like the photo on the left, and managed a controlled burn. 

The photo above is looking from our native remnant bush over the 5 acres of planting we did in 2015 to create a wildlife corridor from our creekline through to the neighbour and beyond.

Our property supports black cockatoos (Threatened), Western Ringtail Possums (Endangered), and has links to Threatened Ecological Communities, Declared Rare Flora and Priority listed flora.


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