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Environment

Discover how the City of Gold Coast is protecting its natural environment - spectacular beaches, hinterland ranges, bushland and waterways - and how you can help.

Land for Wildlife

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Land for Wildlife is a free scheme available to property owners with one or more hectares of native vegetation who are committed to protecting private bushland or restoring wildlife habitat that has been cleared or disturbed.

Benefits of the Land for Wildlife scheme include:

  • Bushland health checks
  • free native plants for bushland restoration projects
  • publications to support bushland management, including the Land for Wildlife newsletter and technical notes
  • invitations to free workshops (for example, restoring your bushland, native plant identification and weed control)
  • opportunity to network with Land for Wildlife members across south east Queensland through workshops and newsletters.

Land for Wildlife does not provide legal protection of your property, or affect the way you manage your land. If you're looking for long-term and legally-binding protection of your property's conservation values, as well as financial support for bushland conservation, find out more about City of Gold Coast's Voluntary Conservation Agreements.

The local Land for Wildlife scheme is funded and administered by local governments with support from the Federal Government and SEQ Catchments.

To join the Land for Wildlife scheme, or find out how we can help you manage your bushland, email conservationpartnerships@goldcoast.qld.gov.au or call 07 5582 8896.

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