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Fish River Station is a very special place. It’s a vast 180,000-hectare property in the Northern Territory with exceptionally diverse habitats including savanna woodlands, rainforests and floodplains. Situated alongside the Daly River, it provides sanctuary for many unique animals including 21 threatened species such as the Northern Quoll, Gouldian Finch and Northern Masked Owl.
It’s such a special place that when it went on the market in 2010, we wanted to ensure it would be managed for conservation forever so we worked with the Indigenous Land Corporation (ILC), the Australian Government’s National Reserve System Program and Pew Environment Group, to help ILC purchase it.
Since then, we have been working closely with the ILC to deliver some great conservation achievements like:
One of the biggest achievements has been establishing a ground-breaking carbon abatement fire program. Find out more about how we are doing this by fighting fire with fire.
We would like to acknowledge the Traditional Custodians of the Land we help to conserve and pay respect to the Elders both past and present.
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