A Biodiversity Network for the ACT

Pavilion, Australian Centre for Christianity

You are invited to join us for the launch of the Biodiversity Network Paper: a tenure-blind framework for cohesive nature conservation across the ACT. The ACT, like the rest of Australia, is battling an extinction crisis. Approximately 6.2% of Canberra’s mature trees have been removed in the past 5 years; our beloved faunal emblem, the Gang-gang Cockatoo is […]

Local, Unique and Under Threat – Protect the Canberra Grassland Earless Dragon

Food Co-op

Canberra is home to incredible places and wildlife found nowhere else on Earth. But nature in Canberra and Australia is in trouble. The wildlife and the places we love are under threat like never before. Right here our precious Canberra Grassland Earless Dragon is under threat due to a proposed road set to destroy its […]

Join us for the Launch of Bush Buds


After months of behind the scenes work, we are excited to launch our newest campaign: Bush Buds – Discover the wonder of Canberra’s Nature! Canberra is known as the Bush Capital for a reason. We are lucky to share the Territory with many amazing plants and animals – some found nowhere else on earth! To celebrate […]

Bush Buds: Woodlands Walk

Campbell Park Woodland

You’ve chosen your Bush bud – now it’s time to learn all about them!  Join us for the first Bush Buds walk – the theme of this walk is Woodlands, and will give you the opportunity to learn more about the habitat of the following Bush Buds: Gang-gang Cockatoo Pink tailed worm lizard Regent honeyeater […]