From the dripping rainforests of Far North Queensland to the gentle grassy woodlands of NSW and Victoria; from the wide red plains of central Australia to the wildflower-strewn plains of southwestern WA, a suite of animals and landscapes are better off because of Bush Heritage’s supporters.

In 2016, on the 25th anniversary of our beginning, historian Sarah Martin has written our history – Restoring Nature Step by Step. Central to this story are the ecologists, researchers, land managers, local Indigenous groups, staff, donors and a brigade of volunteers who have helped the organisation to grow from humble beginnings into a large non-profit with benefactors all over the world.

John and Meg meeting with Rob and Dell Murphy. Rob is Executive Manager North of Bush Heritage. We discussed ways that John might be able to help raise awareness and funds particularly for the purchase of the property they have bought where the rare and endangered Night Parrot has been discovered. It was thought to be extinct.

John and Meg meeting with Rob and Dell Murphy. Rob is Executive Manager North of Bush Heritage. We discussed ways that John might be able to help raise awareness and funds particularly for the purchase of the property they have bought where the rare and endangered Night Parrot has been discovered. It was thought to be extinct.