Noosa Shire is located in one of the most biodiverse areas in Australia, with a significant proportion (34%) of remnant native vegetation being in private ownership. Protecting native vegetation on private land contributes to the survival of native plants and animals which rely on particular ecosystems. It also provides links between isolated conservation reserves such as National Parks, assisting wildlife to move freely through the broader landscape. Every landowner has a part to play in providing habitat for our native wildlife. Land for Wildlife is a free, voluntary conservation program that supports landholders who wish to manage part or all of their property for nature conservation.


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