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Chauncy Vale Wildlife Sanctuary

A wildlife sanctuary also used for recreation, education and scientific monitoring

Creek Bay

A farm, eco-friendly tourist accommodation and dedicated wildlife sanctuary

Highfield Farm and Woodland

A small-scale sustainable farm, eco-accommodation and dedicated conservation area

Rosecliffe Conservation Area

A residence as well as an eco-friendly farm stay and nature retreat

Atherton Tablelands Birdwatchers’ Cabin

A residence, small-scale tourist accommodation and dedicated wildlife sanctuary

Booyong

A dedicated wildlife sanctuary and residence

Licuala Rainforest Refuge

A dedicated wildlife sanctuary and wildlife rehabilitation site

Sanctuary Retreat

A yoga retreat and eco-accommodation as well as a dedicated wildlife sanctuary

Seatrees Farm

A dedicated wildlife sanctuary also used for wildlife rehabilitation and tourism

Lumera Chalets

A residence, eco-accommodation and wildlife sanctuary registered as a Private Nature Reserve

Mountain Valley Private Nature Reserve

A dedicated wildlife sanctuary and environmentally-friendly tourist accommodation

Huon Bush Retreats

A wildlife sanctuary and eco-tourism village set within a private habitat reserve

Inala

A dedicated sanctuary used for rehabilitation, education, agriculture, recreation and tourism

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Wildlife Land Trust

Australia is lucky to have some of the most unique and diverse wildlife on the planet, but our native species and the places they call home are disappearing. The Wildlife Land Trust is a national movement to help landholders save our wildlife by conserving, restoring and enhancing their land.