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
Mitchell Grass Downs
North West Highlands
South East Queensland
Action & Insight
Earlier this year, we had great legislative success on one of our long-term properties. Koala Crossing, on Yuggera country in Peak Crossing, has had half of the land secured and gazetted as four individual nature refuges. The Koala Crossing Nature Refuge, Glider’s Glade Nature Refuge, Wallabies Knoll Nature Refuge and Cockatoo’s Corner Nature Refuge combined, provides 368ha […]
The Queensland’s Trust for Nature’s Long Term holdings property, Avoid Island, recently hit an important milestone: our bird list officially hit 90 species. Our team conduct regular maintenance, research and educational trips throughout the year to this privately owned and protected island and all bird sightings are recorded and documented as part of regular surveying. It […]
We want to extend a special thanks to all those dedicated citizen scientists who joined us for our second Citizens for Refuge Ecology (C4RE) Camp on Yuggera Country at our Koala Crossing Nature Refuge. Dubbed the Mammal Muster, this camp was all about surveying for our furry friends, which in ecology world is often less about finding […]