Queensland Trust for Nature

Investing in Queensland’s biodiversity

The Queensland Trust for Nature (QTFN) is an independent not-for-profit organisation working to achieve enduring conservation outcomes on privately-owned land.

We focus on protection and restoration of ecologically important areas and critical wildlife corridors. Our Trust Deed confirms our principal purpose as the protection and enhancement of Queensland’s natural environment. We also prioritise the provision of information, education and research on Queensland’s natural environment.

Our Work

Revolving Fund

Recycling dollars by purchasing, protecting and reselling land

Nature Refuge Covenants

Permanently safeguarding biodiversity on privately owned land

Offsets With Outcomes

Delivering offsets that support the enduring survival of koalas

Productive Landscapes

Achieving harmony between productive and natural landscapes

Working With Landholders

We work with people on the ground and in the know every day

Partnering To Protect

Working together to create enduring biodiversity corridors

Learning And Teaching

Growing passion and understanding of Queensland’s biodiversity

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4 days ago

Great news for Noosa’s biodiversity and koalas - Noosa Council, along with the State Government and Noosa Parks Association, is purchasing 2,400 hectares of timber plantation land between Tewantin, Cooroy, Pomona and Boreen Point, to create an impressive green corridor that will stretch across the region.

7 News Sunshine Coast
Koala numbers are at critical levels but there's new hope, with nearly 2,500 hectares of habitat acquired at Noosa.


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6 days ago

Hats off to our volunteers and ecologists who spent the weekend weeding and cleaning at the Avoid Island Nature Refuge. They removed almost 100kgs of rubbish that had collected over the year. They also removed Lantana, installed a new outdoor kitchen, spotted flatback turtles and helped satellite tag them, and generally just had some nice island time. 🏝️🏝️ Mossman River burr removal is also going amazingly - all sites have seen a 50% decrease in this scary invasive. Go team!! ... + Read More- Read Less

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