In October we laid down a challenge. We put out the call to staff, conservation partners, corporate volunteers, Queenslanders and young people. We wanted to make a difference for the future of Koalas in the region. We wanted to plant them 20,000 new homes, in just two weeks.
2 teams. 20,000 trees. 1 month. We’re embarking on something not seen in Conservation before – a competition between two teams to plant 20,000 new koala homes.
Ready, Set, Plant!
What’s cute and fluffy and has 60,000 new trees to climb? Yep, that’d be any Koala lucky enough to live near where Conservation Volunteers is working in NSW and South East Queensland! Join us in protecting and restoring Koala habitat and make a real difference for our iconic and much-loved Koala
Since 2008 Conservation Volunteers Australia has been running our annual Flatback sea turtle monitoring program at Eco Beach, near Broome in north west Western Australia as part of our Threatened Species/Wild Futures program. The most recent monitoring program, run in November and December 2018, saw volunteers collect valuable data on the turtles nesting at Eco […]
The Cumberland Plain is full of many rare and threatened species, but the Nodding Geebung, or Persoonia nutans must be one of the most fascinating. Classified as Endangered at both the State and Federal level, this delicate and rare shrub occurs exclusively within a 40 square kilometre region of the Critically Endangered Cumberland Plain Woodland. […]