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New South Wales: Quoll Headquarters - 164 hectares - Steve Haslam

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Victoria: Witchwood - 9.1 hectares - Jill Redwood

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Queensland: The Roost - 39.75 hectares - Lynn Childs

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Tasmania: Lyn and Geoff's Refuge - 10 hectares - Lyn and Geoff Murray

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Western Australia: Tippaburra Valley - 2470 hectares - Buddy Kent

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New South Wales: Falls Forest Retreat - 80 hectares - Mary White

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Victoria: Wingura - 2.5 hectares - Suzanne and John Brandenberger

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Queensland: Cooper Creek Wilderness - 66.74 hectares - Prue Hewett

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Private Land Conservation Grants 2013 Round PDF Print E-mail

2013 Private Land Conservation Grant Recipients Announced

Landholders were eligible to apply within three categories of grants in 2013:

  • Level 1 included landholders with Conservation Agreements, Trust Agreements or in perpetuity Registered Property Agreements.
  • Level 2 included landholders with incentive in perpetuity Property Vegetation Plans or Wildlife Refuges.
  • Level 3 included Land for Wildlife or Wildlife Land Trust groups seeking to fund hands-on conservation training projects.


Level 1 Grant Recipients

  • The co-owners of 'Black Ridge' in Chakola
  • Richard & Georgina Bourke of 'Willow Creek' in Brogo, Bega
  • David Brook of 'Araluen' in Upper Main ArmPaul Caporale in Corndale
  • Roger Clarke & Linda Spinaze of 'Southwater Downs' in Robertson
  • Keren Cox-Witton of 'Ben Ricketts Environmental Preserve' in Jamberoo
  • Warwick Deacock of 'Chakola' in Kangaroo Valley
  • Tim & Andrea Francis of 'A Taste of Paradise Farm' in Broughton Village
  • David Gallan in TarthraEileen Gleeson of 'Winanga-Li' in Skillion Flat
  • Jennifer Hattch of 'Merebone' in Narromine
  • Stephanie Horton & John Hunter of 'Ming-gah' in Lowanna
  • Tessa Johnson-Walker of 'Bobo' in Ulong
  • John & Anne Keogh of 'Yarra Glen' in Holbrook
  • Diana Kureen of 'High Ridge' in Triangle Flat
  • Sharyn & Rick Lafontaine of 'Nerramen' in Bungawalbin
  • Jack & Helen Laidlaw in KiamaNarelle Powell (nee Bell) in Coraki
  • Andrew Robertson of 'Myalben' in Oakwood
  • Douglas Slatter in NararaTim Somerville of 'Dunn's Farm' in Toonumbar
  • Robin & Jenny Spragg of 'Rous Reach' in Chillingham
  • Maree Thompson in McLean's Ridge
  • Deb Tkachenko in ClunesPatricia Waddington of 'Tudibaring Farm' in MacMasters Beach
  • Peter Waterhouse of 'The Knoll' in Stewarts River
  • Marg Wetsteyn & Aki Green of 'Glen Eden' in Torrington
  • Mary White of 'Forest Falls Retreat' in Johns River


Level 2 Grant Recipients

  • Linda Appleford of 'Mildura House' in Georges Plains
  • Margaret Carr of 'Galini' in Rosebank
  • Christine Chrysostom of 'Peach Tree Flats' in Merriwa
  • Phillip Coram of 'Three Springs Farm' in The Channon
  • Wal Dawson of 'Yarnel' in Condobolin
  • Steve Haslam of 'Quoll Headquarters' in Tenterfield
  • Murray Hustler of 'Aklam' in Llangothlin
  • Coral Johnson in Corindi
  • David Jurcic of 'Brayson's Run Wildlife Refuge' in Bywong
  • Cilla Kinross of 'Third Crossing' in Summer Hill Creek
  • Celia Kneen of 'Wallaroo' in Anembo
  • John & Susan Moore of 'Lyons Creek' in Tinderry
  • Jan Press of 'Dulan' in Lightning Ridge
  • John Press of 'Daraabah' in Lightning Ridge
  • Tom & Ann Raine of 'Rainridge Wildlife Refuge' in Wamberal
  • Charlotte Stahl of 'Craigenbrae' in Canyonleigh
  • Grehem Stark of 'Fernbrook' in Limekilns, Bathurst
  • Susan Somerville of 'Creek's Bend' in Kyogle
  • Joanne Tarbit & Brett Stonestreet from Griffith City Council of 'Jack Carson Wildlife Refuge' in Wyangan
  • Jeff & Lee Unwin of 'Marronleigh' in Missabotti
  • Trevor Vickers of 'Stanfield' in Carcoar


Level 3 Grant Recipients

  • Land for Wildlife members of the Great Lakes Local Government Area in Forster
  • Land for Wildlife members of 'Molonglo Catchment Group'
  • Wildlife Land Trust and Land for Wildlife members, and Land for Wildlife Regional Provider of Clarence Environment Centre in South Grafton
  • Wildlife Land Trust members of Adventist Aged Care in Normanhurst




The 2013 Funding Round

In 2013 the program received 102 applications for funding. Total requests were seeking more than $730,000 across the three grant categories.


As the budget for the 2013 funding round of the Private Land Conservation Grants program was approximately $300,000, the selection panel had a daunting task in front of them and it was an extremely competitive application round.


This year, $315,097.80 was awarded to 54 landholders. This means that out of all the grant applications the program received, it was able to award funds to 53% of them.

Offers, acceptance and payments to successful applicants will be made during July.


Compared to the 2012 round, the program had fewer applications in 2013 but reached a wider group of landholders as many of the grant receivers in 2012 had lodged multi-year applications—82% of them in fact! Those multi-year grant applicants will not be eligible to re-apply until 2015.


Due to this fact, applicants who missed out on a grant this year are strongly encouraged to re-apply next year. The Foundation and its grant program partners are particularly keen to encourage Land for Wildlife Groups conducting Education programs to apply for the next funding round, which opens in early 2014.

Last Updated on Wednesday, 24 February 2016 00:07

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