Our Projects

projects we deliver

Conservation

rainforest resilience project

Funded by a Landcare-led Bushfire Recovery Grant, our project “On the path to resilience – restoring rainforest and bringing back the Southern Pink Underwing Moth” is focused on working with local landholders who are actively involved in, or just starting out their journey in restoring and looking after subtropical rainforest across the Sunshine Coast Hinterland. Click ‘learn more’ to see how you can get involved.

Wildlife

gardens for wildlife

The ‘Gardens for Wildlife’ program encourages and recognises the impact that wildlife-friendly gardens and environmentally-friendly practices in urban landscapes has on the broader environment. Every garden matters.  

Sustainability

maleny wood expo

Designed to promote sustainable use of our beautiful native timbers through the work of local and regional wood artisans, the Maleny Wood Expo is now recognised as one of the best wood shows in Australia.

collaborations

Community

roving restorers - hinterland bush links

Initiated on the Blackall Range in 2012 by Hinterland Bush Links, Roving Restorers consists of volunteers from the community who assist both private and public landholders with environmental weed control, revegetation and re-connection of habitat in their restoration projects.