hfwOur local lifestyle is worth celebrating. Our unique mountains and bushland, our creeks, lakes and beaches – all the room to move – we have it all.
But if we lose sight of the relationships between people and nature many of the things we value will be threatened.

Whether in urban areas or rural, everyone can play a part - join the growing number of landholders that are looking after their land as habitat.

It’s so easy to do - you can start by finding out about local wildlife, suitable plants for your garden and how you can help protect and restore bushland habitats.

CEN is here to help - we can provide information and advice to help you create Habitat for Wildlife in your backyard or Land for Wildlife on larger properties.


Or download a Habitat for Wildlife Membership Form (137 Kb) and send it to us.