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25th Anniversary 2016

Published 30 Sep 2016 


Special edition

  • Bob Brown - a true success story
    Bush Heritage Australia is a wonderful success story built on the blood, sweat, occasional tear – and great generosity – of thousands of people. This success is yours.
  • The best job in Australia - Gerard O'Neill
    Our job is to continue the journey so those that come after us inherit an organisation well placed to face the next 25 years and beyond.
  • A giant leap
    The 2010 translocation of 30 Red-tailed Phascogales to Kojonup Reserve in Western Australia signalled a maturing approach.
  • Partners in conservation
    The Greater Bilby is one of many creatures to have benefited from a mix of western scientific research and traditional knowledge since we began our Aboriginal partnerships in 2004.
  • Boolcoomatta is like a homecoming
    For volunteer Nick Barratt, what began as a camping trip with mates turned into a deep affection for Boolcoomatta Reserve.
  • Supporters Rod and Annette
    Rod Martin has supported us since the beginning, and he and his wife Annette recently decided to leave a gift to us in his Will. Here's why.
  • Sydney University at Ethabuka
    Scientists from all walks of life are drawn to Ethabuka to volunteer under the guidance of our partners at The University of Sydney
  • Heike Eberhard
    An environmental officer by trade and volunteer in her spare time, Heike Erberhard explains why our work is vital to Australia.
  • Olivia Barratt
    Olivia, aged 10, is a staunch advocate of the Night Parrot and is spreading the word among her classmates. They will inherit the bush we leave behind.