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New Ground’s Conservation Efforts in Perseverance, Queensland

New Ground manages a conservation property at Perseverance, Queensland. Perseverance is a regionally significant area from an ecological perspective; with a broad range of native vegetation types, a large network of connected national park, dam catchment reserve and vegetated private property (inclusive of New Ground land) as well as an interesting array of threatened species.

New Ground has been undertaking land management work to improve the ecological condition of its conservation land. In the course of doing this, New Ground has been collaborating with the Wildlife Preservation Society of Queensland (WPSQ) who is undertaking targeted conservation work in the Perseverance area. In particular, WPSQ has been undertaking brush-tailed rock wallaby (Petrogale penicillata) survey and weed management work in the area. The survey work conducted by WPSQ has brought to light not just the presence of the brush-tailed rock wallaby but also other threatened fauna species on New Ground’s land. Discovering the greater glider (Petauroides volans) and additional records of the iconic koala (Phascolarctos cinereus) residing within our conservation area filled us with a sense of pride and responsibility. These findings underscore the critical role our land plays in providing sanctuary to these vulnerable species.

Images captured by WPSQ on New Ground Conservation land

Our commitment to conservation goes beyond collaboration with wildlife societies. We believe that meaningful change often requires a collective effort. As such, New Ground actively seeks partnerships with corporate sponsors who share our vision of making a positive ecological impact on Australia’s unique biodiversity.

Please reach out to us if your organisation is looking to make a positive contribution to the biodiversity.

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