Our past work to help protect the largest temperate woodland on Earth
South-western Australia is one of the world’s top 35 biodiversity hotspots and the only one of its kind in Australia. It’s home to more than a quarter of Australia’s known flowering plants, including rare eucalypts, stunning orchids
In 2002, as our first project in Australia, we helped develop a plan to bring together Australia’s leading conservation
The Gondwana Link project was the result of this work, stretching a thousand
Perhaps most significantly Gondwana Link includes the world’s largest temperate woodland – the Great Western Woodlands, providing habitat for 182 species of birds alone.