Eaglehawk Waterhole Habitat Restoration Reserve

As you may have gathered from some of the other articles this month, the last four weeks have been a bit of a whirlwind, personally taking me from north to south, right across this vast continent. As well as attending the SER2023 conference in Darwin,...

The Repairing the Past project is a collaboration between NGT and three other landholders in the Upper South East of South Australia, plus Burrandies Aboriginal Corporation, Limestone Coast Landscape Board, and other community members and organisations to repair the impacts of past land management actions...

It was way back almost nine years ago when Eaglehawk Waterhole was purchased, becoming NGT's first Restoration Reserve. For a little trip back through the blog archives, here is the story of the announcement, which we shared in December 2013 just a month before NGT's...

In some fantastic news ahead of our planting day and open afternoon at Eaglehawk Waterhole this coming Saturday (18th June 2022 - more details below), we're proud to announce that the reserve has recently been officially expanded by 200 hectares! Considering that Eaglehawk Waterhole was...

NGT has teamed up with three other landholders in the Binnum-Bangham district (the Jones, Baulderstone, and Brewer families), plus Burrandies Aboriginal Corporation, Limestone Coast Landscape Board, and other community members and organisations to repair the impacts of past land management actions across four reserves in...

Over the past month we've been busy with a whole heap of environmental education events around the South East, from Eaglehawk in the north to Hutt Bay in the south. On 5th November, thanks to the support of the Coast Protections Board’s Community Participation Grant, I...