The ECOLANDS COLLECTIVE is a group of active and emerging environmental organisations committed to private land conservation, better land stewardship and empowering individuals and communities to leave a living legacy for future generations.

For nature. For purpose.

BIODIVERSITY LEGACY (BDL) offers a pioneering approach to protecting land in perpetuity and engaging regional communities in its ongoing stewardship. This safe ownership structure can be utilised in various ways by landholders, communities and donors.

GIPPSLAND FOREST DIALOGUE brings forest stakeholders and Gippslanders from all walks of life together to explore new solutions to sustainable forest management and ideas that will lead to a better future for our beloved forests.

PROM COAST ECOLINK seeks to accelerate biodiversity protection efforts across South Gippsland by connecting people to place and purpose.


LAND COVENANTORS VICTORIA (LCV) supports landholders who are protecting and enhancing habitat on private land. LCV connects members and advocates for government policies that will expand the amount of private land protected for nature.

CONSERVATION PARTNERS builds capacity for and implements practical, on ground solutions to land management problems on private properties with significant conservation values in Australia's far north.

WILDLIFE UNLIMITED is a highly experienced group of ecologists and biodiversity conservation specialists who provide a range of practical on ground conservation services, including feral animal control, research and education.

Through BioDiversity Legacy, a growing number of BIOLINK COORDINATORS are building collaborative relationships with landholders across Australia to secure and link small and large landholdings to each other as well as state and federal reserves.

GIPPSLAND THREATENED SPECIES ACTION GROUP is a volunteer-run Landcare group formed in 2021 with the aim of connecting landscapes across southern Gippsland and throughout Bass Coast by restoring native vegetation and create stronger wildlife corridors.