Where We Work

The Great Eastern Ranges corridor is 3,600 kilometres in length and spans an area of 33,000,000 hectares. Covering 14 bio-regions, the corridor contains three three World Heritage Areas, the world’s greatest concentration of primitive rainforest flowering plants and Australia’s largest and tallest old growth forests. Of the 8,000 species of plants it contains, 25% are endemic. In addition to being a haven for a multitude of fauna and flora the area has 63 large rivers which provide clean water to over 11,000,000 people in the region.

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