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
“97% of Australians want more action to protect nature” – The Biodiversity Council Our sold-out “Shaping a Nature Positive Future” event brought together environmental, social, governmental, and financial expertise. The expert panel discussion and networking breakfast highlighted the need for urgency, transparency, and community engagement to advance Queensland’s Nature Positive agenda. A timely event […]
“Here’s to our regenerative agriculture journeys: may they be full of opportunities for self-improvement and be a journey that never truly ends, but only evolves with each step we take.” – Ben Heathwood The Lachlan Hughes Foundation recently celebrated and reflected on the participants’ journeys over the last 12 months in the LHF program. […]
On 18 November 2023, the Watergum community came together for a koala education workshop at Koala Crossing, one of QTFN’s Revolving Fund properties. The workshop focused on helping koala enthusiasts learn more about how to establish and conserve koala habitats, understand the challenges koalas face, and engage in koala survey activities. Dave Madden, QTFN’s Restoration Project […]