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Connecting, Restoring and Protecting

Hinterland Bush Links is an independent, not-for-profit and community-based environmental organisation.

We empower and support local landholders to connect, restore and protect native vegetation. The work we do improves landscape-scale wildlife corridors and helps secure biodiversity on the Sunshine Coast Hinterland.

We help our local landholders by securing funding to bring volunteers together, remove weeds, plant trees and run educational events.

Together with the local community, we have been doing practical on-ground work since 2011.

Focus Areas

Habitat Restoration

Habitat restoration in strategic locations that link major nature hubs.

Community Involvement

Building strong relationships in our community to deliver our programs.

Community Education

Increasing the community’s knowledge of conservation.

Organisational Sustainability​

Striving for organisational excellence.

What We Do

Roving Restorers

Upper Mary Valley Weed Vine Project

Education for Landholders

Photo Christine Bull

Hinterland Koala Habitat Project

We work mainly across the Sunshine Coast Hinterland area.

Typically for on-ground works we work with non-urban properties of greater than 2 hectares.  We support property owners with smaller blocks through education.

We do not require private landholders to have an environmental covenant (ie VCA or Nature Refuge) for us to consider working with you. 

We welcome all properties that fall within the strategic corridors of our focus area.

If you would like to work on a project with us, we would love to hear from you.

Get Involved

As a community, we can achieve amazing things. Discover all the ways you can get involved with us today!
Education for Landholders