We manage over 4,500 hectares of land, some of which supports high value biodiversity and over 50 threatened plant and animal species as well as endangered plant communities

Biodiversity is life and the variety of plants, animals, microbes, fungi, the genes that they contain and the ecosystems they form. Humans depend directly on biodiversity for resources including food, fibre, fuel, pharmaceuticals and building materials. All life on earth relies on ecosystem services that biodiversity provides, such as oxygen production, climate stabilisation, carbon and nutrient cycling, water filtration, erosion control, flood mitigation and plant pollination to name a few.

Our mission is to be aware of how we interact with biodiversity, to ensure the right tools and procedures are in place to manage impacts appropriately, seek to prevent harm in the first place and work to positively enhance biodiversity outcomes.