Adopt an Acre Australia 2014

Adopt an Acre in Australia

Adopt an Acre in Australia and Help Save the Environment in Australia. 


Gondwana Getz
Southern coast of Gondwana Link project. Credit: Ron Geatz 


You can help protect one of the world's most beautiful and diverse habitats when you Adopt an Acre® in Australia today

Your support when you adopt an acre will help conservation efforts directly in Southwestern Australia, in a special area called Gondwana Link. The Gondwana Link area brims with a dizzying array of plants and wildlife. Over half of the plant and 20 percent of the animal species here are found nowhere else on Earth – and so it’s urgent you give today to protect this unique part of Australia’s natural heritage.

From ancient rainforests along the coast to the Mediterranean forests further inland to the edge of the legendary Australian Outback, this large, biologically diverse corner of Australia needs your help. Gondwana Link is home to 10,000 distinct plant and animal species, including kangaroos, emus, dingoes, wallabies and tiny honey possums.

The exceptional plant diversity nurtured by the eucalypt woodlands and open bushland, intermixed with low shrublands and grasslands, is one of the primary reasons for the region’s conservation significance.

A multitude of pressures increasingly threaten Gondwana Link’s rich plant and animal life—2,500 plant species are on the verge of extinction. That’s where your support can help to make a difference.

Today, salinity, invasive species and climate change are driving a second wave of habitat destruction.

Land fragmentation from development, mining and other human activities are increasingly disrupting the vital ecological systems and delicate processes that sustain Gondwana’s unique plant and wildlife.

When you Adopt an Acre for just $50 today, you can help protect Gondwana Link and the critically important and diverse plants and woodlands that make up the region, and are unmatched worldwide.

Please don’t delay – Adopt an Acre in Australia today