Education for Landholders

As stewards of the land, landholders wield significant influence in the preservation of Australia’s distinctive biodiversity.

Protecting and restoring koala habitat: a resource for landholders

Hinterland Bush Link Landholders
As part of our Koala Habitat project, we have developed a comprehensive resource for landholders. The resource is designed to empower landholders, providing valuable insights into the habitat and behaviour of koalas, one of the country’s most iconic and beloved marsupials.

By fostering a deeper understanding of koala ecology, grounded in scientific understanding and conservation principles this resource provides practical and effective strategies for coexisting harmoniously with koalas while promoting the preservation of their natural habitat.

This resource delves into the ecological dynamics of koalas and their intersection with land management practices.

Whether you are a seasoned landholder or just starting on your journey, this is your go-to guide for fostering a sustainable environment that supports both the well-being of koalas and the vitality of your property.

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    Understanding threats to koalas
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    What is healthy koala habitat?
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    Coexisting with koalas – responsible stewardship
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    Planning and undertaking a revegetation project

Our Koala Habitat Project

Our Koala Habitat Project is expanding and enhancing koala habitat in priority areas in private and public properties across the Sunshine Coast Hinterland.

We work together with the community, volunteers, private landholders, government bodies and like-minded organisations to empower and support landholders to build and maintain healthy wildlife corridors on the Sunshine Coast Hinterland.

As part of the project, Hinterland Bush Links is:

“If you give a man a fish, you feed him for a day. If you teach a man to fish, you feed him for a lifetime.” We acknowledge the limits of our organisation and can only do so much. We view education as a great way to create a ripple effect for environmental conservation.

This project received grant funding from the Australian Government.

Keep in contact

We have our monthly newsletter, social media education campaign and workshops available to help local landholders gain knowledge to carry out restoration work.

Every second year we run a Subtropical Forests Ecology Course.

The Ecology Course is a four-day immersive experience set in the natural beauty of the Sunshine Coast Hinterland and with a diverse team of passionate experts.

This course covers:

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If you are a landholder and want to find out more about working with us, please make contact.