Connectivity conservation requires an inclusive approach that focuses on benefits to people and the environment. It requires organisational partnership for resource management, prioritisation, planning and action. From this collective platform, there is a higher vantage point that eliminates geographical, ideological and political boundaries and allows for unified action on priority projects. The Great Eastern Ranges Initiative (GER) has many national, state and regional partner organisations that are critical to achieving its objectives. GER co-ordinates and supports these projects, brings organisations and people together, and celebrates the successes of partner organisations, in order to achieve the big-picture vision of creating a conservation corridor stretching from Victoria to far north Queensland.