Brigalow Belt

Cape York Peninsula

Central Queensland Coast

Channel Country

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Einasleigh Uplands

Gulf Plains

Mitchell Grass Downs

Mulga Lands

New England Tableland

North West Highlands

Action & Insight

Waterways for Wildlife: One tree at a time

On 11 April, six members of the QTFN team headed out to Aroona Station to plant 300 trees. The trees were planted along a water course that is threatened by erosion and will benefit from more vegetation.   Our Waterways for Wildlife project at Aroona aims to widen our riparian buffers to improve habitat quality, […]

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Little Liverpool Range Initiative: a collaborative partnership close to home

What is the Little Liverpool Range Initiative?  The Little Liverpool Range Initiative (LLRI) has been built on a collaborative partnership between the Queensland Trust for Nature, the Turner Family Foundation, and Ipswich City Council, alongside landholders, natural resource management groups, and other councils working together with the shared goal of conservation. The purpose of LLRI […]

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Celebrating land management partnerships at Aroona

QTFN have entered into a long-term partnership with Ecosure and Fireland to help integrate our weed and fire land management methods on Aroona Station. Ecosure’s expertise in restoration planning and delivering on-ground works, and Fireland’s expertise in ecological fire will help us approach restoration efforts strategically across the property. Aroona is at the top of […]

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