Our Wild Places Program conserves, restores rehabilitates and manages land including land owned by Conservation Volunteers or land owned by the community including parks and reserves. We use a range of conservation tools and the power of volunteers to improve ecosystem function to support other land managers and provides access for people to enjoy and appreciate nature
Conservation Volunteers owns and manages five properties under our land management program.
- The W. James Whyte Island Reserve (The Island)
- Little Desert Nature Lodge
- Malleefowl Sanctuary, adjacent to Little Desert
- Salvana Conservation Reserve
- Londonderry Conservation Reserve
Supporting other land managers
Conservation Volunteers supports partners including government agencies and private land holders in managing their land including
Responding to Disasters
The disaster recovery program supports communities with rapid response teams of volunteers, providing essential assistance in the days and weeks following major disasters and extreme weather events. Fires, floods, earthquakes, cyclones, oil spills, and marine mammal strandings – all require compassionate yet practical responses, and our recovery program provides exactly that.