Eleven Rainforest Properties Protected Forever

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Eleven rainforest properties protected forever with Nature Refuge covenants across the Daintree lowlands.

Working with the Queensland Trust for Nature the covenanted properties include the creation of a new Milky Pine Wildlife Refuge and significant expansion of both the Baralba Corridor and Rainforest Rescue Nature Refuges.


Rescued rainforest is chosen for its high biodiversity value and connectivity to help create vital wildlife corridors.

The real heroes behind these stories of successful conservation outcomes are our supporters – you and others like you who you know that this strategy works. Your contributions directly rescue and protect Nature in Australia’s largest, most biodiverse rainforest.

Your generous gift makes a real and important difference that benefits threatened habitat, water catchment and wildlife.

Of the 26 rainforest properties we’ve rescued with your support, 20 have now been protected by covenants, creating five Nature Reserves. In addition, two further rainforest properties have been rescued and added to the Daintree National Park.

We will keep rescuing rainforest, block by block, and protect it forever, but only with your help. Together, we will Protect Rainforests Forever.

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