Help Australia’s biodiversity flourish by protecting a specific plot of land in projects recognised as ecologically significant.
Choose exactly where your contributions are allocated and which landscapes you want to support – tall forests, deserts, coastlands, or woodlands.
Each Biological Diversity Unit is geotagged so you can see and share your impact in real time and get project updates from our expert ecologists on the ground.
The UN has stated that we urgently need to protect 30% of nature by 2030.
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Natural ecosystems are valued and protected, where native flora and fauna have an opportunity to flourish in a landscape where 30% of land is reserved for conservation.
Degraded landscapes are restored through revegetation, pest and weed management, erosion control and waterway revitalisation to create biodiverse and healthy ecosystems.
Remnant vegetation throughout the landscape is reconnected, providing improved genetic diversity and species resilience in isolated areas and re-establishing wildlife corridors.