Guided by expert advice, the Co-op is protecting threatened species and preventing habitat loss.
We plant locally endangered plants to encourage their spread, we remove invasive weeds and we monitor threatened fauna such as the brush-tailed Phascogale (or Tuan), the White-throated Nightjar and the Powerful Owl.
The importance of maintaining high quality areas of native bush is vital. Round the Bend Conservation Co-operative is one of these rare places. With 19 Australian eco-systems collapsing and a million animal and plant species now threatened with extinction the conservation of unique habitat such as ours is increasingly important. Your help is urgently needed to support this endeavour.
You can make a significant contribution to the conservation of biodiversity and habitat by becoming a Co-op Patron.
100% of Patron fees go towards management of the land for biodiversity and habitat. This includes weeding and planting programs, monitoring and research, feral animal control and working with organisations and government.
Patrons receive a welcome pack that includes a copy of our publication Round the Bend Conservation Co-operative – Nillumbik’s Best Kept Secret and a guided tour of the property, as well as the opportunity to be involved in conservation activities and social events.
Please join us in protecting the bush for future generations by becoming a Co-op Patron for $1000 per year.
Find out more or join us now by completing this form: