Restore Australia is working towards an ambitious target of more than 10 million hectares under restoration across Australia by 2025, and thanks to an enormous coordinated team effort involving all partner organisations, the program design is now complete.

 

 

The program submission is currently under review with its major donor, Ark2030. In the meantime, we remain in active discussion with several other partners interested in the strengths of a coordinated and collaborative approach to land restoration.

Prioritised regional locations, supporting thematic areas and coordinating organisations for the program have been appointed, and include:

Regions and Coordinating leads

o Bushfire Regions (Coastal) in NSW and Vic – World Wide Fund for Nature

o Slopes and Plains – Resource Consulting Services

o Southern Great Eastern Ranges – Great Eastern Ranges

o Top End (Northern Savannah and Dry Topics) – Land Regeneration Group

o Western Australia (Gondwana Link and WA Wheatbelt) – Gondwana Link

 

Supporting thematic areas and Coordinating leads

o National Capacity Building – Southern Cross University

o National Communications and Advocacy – World Vision Australia

o National Monitoring and Evaluation – University of New England

o National Research and Development – Soil Cooperative Research Centre

o National Traditional Owners (interim) – World Vision Australia