Our regional reach
We work across Queensland’s diverse bioregions with targeted strategies for effective conservation and improved biodiversity.
Queensland has 13 bioregions, from coast to desert and tropics to cool southern highlands. Each has its own landscape patterns, climate zones and distinct groups of plants and animals.
At QTFN, we focus on ecologically significant spaces, species and wildlife corridors across these bioregions for maximum impact – working on private, public, QTFN-owned and Traditional Owners’ land.
Cape York Peninsula
Central Queensland Coast
Spaces:Avoid Island Nature Refuge
Mitchell Grass Downs
New England Tableland
Species:Brush-Tailed Rock-Wallaby, Koala
North West Highlands
South East Queensland
Spaces:Aroona Station, Koala Crossing
Species:Brush-Tailed Rock-Wallaby, Grey-Headed Flying-Fox, Koala
Spaces:, Cassowary Connection Nature Refuge, Daintree Lot 83, Gurrbum Nature Refuge
Species:Ant Plant, Cassowary, Mahogany Glider
Action & Insight
Celebrating Partnerships – Koala Habitat Restoration
Recently, Queensland Trust for Nature helped facilitate maintenance and infill planting to help restore the riparian border at one of our first round properties for the Koala Habitat Restoration Partnership Program (KHRPP), Woodstock. Woodstock was one of many landholders impacted by floods earlier this year. When the Albert River rose and the property suffered significant […]
National Threatened Species Day
At QTFN biodiversity it our business! We aim to protect and enhance habitat for many species including several threatened species through our properties, education programs and partnerships. On National Threatened Species day we want to highlight some of our threatened species: Koala – we are enhancing and protecting koala habitat through our Koala Crossing and […]
Celebrate Queensland’s Biodiversity by connecting with Nature
National Biodiversity Month is celebrated every year across Australia during September. At the Queensland Trust for Nature, we aim to get more people connecting with nature and valuing Queensland’s biodiversity. As part of National Biodiversity Month, we have prepared a calendar to provide ideas of how to connect with nature for at least 20 minutes […]