Queensland Trust For Nature

Conservation is a shared responsibility.

QTFN works with landowners, government agencies, scientists and other non-profit groups to identify, enhance and protect private land with high conservation values.

 

The Trust does not lock up land. It promotes positive interaction on covenanted land to improve environmental, social, economic and educational outcomes and adds value to properties, where possible.

CURRENT PROJECTS

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Events

Brush-tailed rock-wallaby community info session - 24th May Mount Mort
Come along to QTFN's community info session held at the Mt Mort Rural Fire Brigade Shed (cnr Alpers Rd and Greys Plains Rd, Mt Mort) on Wednesday the 24th of May at 3.30pm

We will be discussing our findings from our rock-wallaby study and showing rare footage of the wallabies in their habitat.  See flyer for more information.

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Ipswich Show! QTFN will be having a stall at Ipswich Show! Friday 19th to Sunday the 21st of May

Come and visit us to learn about our work in the area and meet the QTFN staff.  We will have interactive games and activities to learn about local habitat and wildlife.  We would love to see you there. Email info@qtfn.org.au for more info. 





West-moreton landcare QTFN information session

Conservation Manager Tanya Pritchard will be giving a talk at the west moreton landcare group meeting about threatened species, eco-grazing and restoration activities at Aroona.  If this is your local area or special interest to you come along and we would love to see you! Email info@qtfn.org.au for more information.