Our rewilding project has been a great success, achieving an impressive seedling success rate of around 95%.

This accomplishment was made possible by strategically planting during the wet seasons of the previous year. This approach ensured that the foundational tree roots could establish themselves strongly, enabling them to better endure drier conditions in the future. The main goal of this effort was to introduce approximately 2500 native plant species into the area. These species include Forest Red Gum, Coastal Banksia, Forest Oak, Grey Gum, and Creek Lilly Pilly, all of which contribute to the ecological diversity and health of the region.

This grant from the Foundation for National Parks & Wildlife has made a significant impact as planting has now begun to flower, attracting many of the native birds and wildlife back onto the property.

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