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About us

“Reconnected country across south-western Australia, from the wet forests in the south west corner to the dry woodlands and mallee bordering the Nullarbor Plain, in which ecosystem function and biodiversity are restored and maintained”.

Since 2002 the Gondwana Link program has been supported by global, national and local organisations and a wonderful array of individuals, donors and funders. We are all working together to reconnect natural habitats across 1000 km of south-western Australia – a place of incredible diversity.

At the heart of Gondwana Link is a bold but simple plan: protect what bushland remains, restore the critical gaps, and maintain the extraordinary nature of south-western Australia.

And do it at a scale readily visible from space.

  • Why Gondwana Link?

    An early satellite photograph of Australia’s south-western corner provided a key part of the inspiration for Gondwana Link. That photo showed the vast extent of natural vegetation lost since European settlement. It also highlighted the opportunity we have to protect the remaining areas and to reconnect an important evolutionary pathway – from the tall south-western forests to the semi-arid woodlands on the edge of the inland deserts.

  • Where we work

    Gondwana Link stretches across over 1000 km of country which has many different needs and characteristics. To support efficient ecological analysis and the development of cohesive operational strategies we have split the Link into three broad zones: Forests, Central Zone and Great Western Woodland.

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  • About our Name

    About our Name

    The name Gondwana represents the ecological distinctive nature of the Southern Hemisphere, the immense biological lineage of southwestern Australia, and our view of people as part of healthy ecosystems.

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  • Our Vision

    Our Vision

    Gondwana Link is working to reconnect country across south-western Australia, from the Karri forest of the SW corner to the woodlands and mallee bordering the Nullarbor plain, in which ecosystem function and biodiversity are restored and maintained

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  • Gondwana Link Ltd.

    Gondwana Link Ltd.

    Gondwana Link Ltd. is an independent entity; a ‘keeper of the vision’, provider of leadership in achieving the vision and an integrated support network for all involved.

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  • Who's Involved

    Who's Involved

    Like the remarkable ecosystems of Gondwana Link, the groups and individuals involved in achieving the Gondwana Link vision are diverse and broad in scope. Most work in specific sections of the Link, though some organisations support work across multiple sections.

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  • Achievements

    Achievements

    Since its establishment in 2002, Gondwana Link has grown to become one of Australia's largest conservation initiatives.

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  • Funding

    Funding

    The commitment, goodwill and enthusiasm of private donors have made the Gondwana Link program and all its achievements possible.

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  • Our Strategies

    Our Strategies

    Translating the vision for Gondwana Link into some measurable, tangible goals to guide the work underway requires a series of steps and is a work in progress.

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  • Our History

    Our History

    Gondwana Link Ltd. has been working with people and organisations since 2002 to link 1,000 km of continuous habitat, from the dry woodlands of the interior to the tall wet forests of the far south-west corner.

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  • Contact Us

    Contact Us

    Please get in touch if you would like to learn more about how you can contribute to Gondwana Link.

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By donating to Gondwana Link you will be helping us to reconnect country across 1,000km of south-western Australia.