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.
‘Gondwana Link is the most exciting thing that is happening in restoration in Australia, if not the world.’
Professor Richard Hobbs, University of Western Australia
Keeping a close eye on who’s there
For several years the Ngadju Rangers have been setting up remote cameras to monitor what’s happening when they aren’t there. The rangers have used them to monitor whether malleefowl are using a nest, what animals are using a water source, who lives in hollow logs, and what animals are visiting recently burnt country.
A very strategic tea towel
Apparently we’ve said for many years, after looking at far too many strategic documents that run to 50-100 pages, that a strategy isn’t strategic unless you can print it on a tea-towel….Read more
Celebrating 20 years at Chingarrup Sanctuary!
On 3 December 2002, Eddy and Donna Wajon started the ball rolling by taking formal ownership of their wonderful Chingarrup Sanctuary property. This was the first conservation property secured…Read more
Balijup Field Day for conservation landholders
Balijup Field Day brings conservation landholders together. Over thirty conservation landholders and practitioners from across the Great Southern gathered at Balijup farm near Tenterden, invited by…Read more
‘Tracing Gondwana’ exhibition opens
Thank you to everyone who joined us on 19 November to celebrate the opening of the ‘Tracing Gondwana’ exhibition at Midland Junction Arts Centre. Congratulations to the exhibiting artists…Read more
By donating to Gondwana Link you will be helping us to reconnect country across 1,000km of south-western Australia.