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Friends of the Porongurup Range

Friends of the
Porongurup Range

Welcome to the Friends of the Porongurup Range

We are proud of our participation in community activities to protect, preserve and rehabilitate the diversity of the Porongurup region’s flora and fauna and to promote its unique natural history. We advocate for the integrity of the National Heritage Listed Porongurup National Park and speak out when the Range is under threat.

The Porongurup Friends made conservation history in 2003 when we purchased a 511ha farming property, one of the few remaining bush properties known for its significant remnant bush in this agricultural region. It is now known as the Twin Creeks Conservation Reserve and a significant property within the Ranges Link.

Twin Creeks is part of the National Reserve System and covenanted with National Trust WA. As a result of two decades under our stewardship, the Reserve includes a mixture of protected plant communities, revegetated areas, and regrowth.

Porongurup Friends share ideas as well as learn from the experiences of affiliates. We collaborate with like-minded organisations in the involvement or promotion of events. The Friends address current and emerging environmental issues by attending workshops, forums, networking and speaking out.

We have developed effective partnerships with the Oyster Harbour Catchment Group and nationally recognized, Gondwana Link. Our aim is to ensure the integrity of the Porongurup Range and the Porongurup Region will be conserved and enjoyed by future generations.

In 2021 we celebrated three decades of continuous service as a volunteer not-for-profit organisation.

 

 

Australian Government - Department of Agriculture, Water and the EnvironmentNational Trust of WARanges LinkGondwana LinkOyster Harbour Catchment GroupAustralian Government National Reserve System


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