Biodiversity is our business.
At QTFN, we protect and enhance Queensland’s biodiversity in market-changing ways.
Australia is the second most biodiverse country on the planet and Queensland is the most biodiverse state. At QTFN, we do more than champion the preservation of land, habitat, ecosystems and species.
We unlock their potential to make biodiversity an enticing opportunity for people and organisations – with returns that far exceed the ‘feel-good factor’.
Our legacy – to date
hectares preserved (QTFN Long-Term Holdings + Revolving Fund)
habitat trees planted
threatened regional ecosystems protected
threatened species habitat protected
hectares declared as nature refuges with QTFN’s support
Action & Insight
From a remote island on the Great Barrier Reef to koala habitat in South East Queensland; habitat restoration, threatened species research to sustainable land management … keep up-to-date with QTFN.
Dr Kathy Ebert: Post Doctoral Researcher and Dung Beetle Expert Dr Kathy Ebert is a teaching assistant and postdoctoral researcher at the University of Queensland, School of Biological Sciences. Her primary research interests are in behaviour and taxonomy of dung beetles. Kathy’s focus is on the native Australian dung beetles, especially those with unusual behaviours, […]
Over the past six years, Earth Frequency Festival has been proud to be in partnership with the Queensland Trust for Nature to enhance critical koala habitat in the Flinders-Karawatha Corridor, the largest remaining contiguous stretch of open eucalypt forest in South-East Queensland. Situated at the base of Flinders Peak and neighbouring the festival grounds at […]
We are proud to announce, another Queensland Trust for Nature property, Gurrbum, has been declared as a Nature Refuge. This 15.52 hectares of Lowland vine forest has now been protected in perpetuity to ensure sanctuary for the Endangered Southern cassowary (Casuarius casuarius johnsonii) for years to come. The Gurrbum Nature Refuge forms a critical part […]