Environment councils, landcare, coastcare, forestry, farming, organic and permaculture research organisations in the Byron Bay, Tweed Valley region of New South Wales and Gold Coast, Queensland, Australia.
Find out about the World Heritage of the region.
When visiting our natural and scenic attractions please observe the Guidelines for Ecotourists.
Partnering with government agencies, private enterprise, researchers and the wider community to increase awareness, protection and conservation of the Glossy Black-Cockatoo across south-east Queensland and north-east New South Wales.
The Glossy Black Conservancy is currently looking for volunteers to assist with annual monitoring efforts throughout the north-east New South Wales and south-east Queensland region.
Monitoring routinely takes place with the annual Birding Day that is held each year, alternating with events in May and October. In addition to this, members of the community are encouraged to report sightings of Glossy Black-Cockatoo outside of these specific event days through the online reporting system.
Fruit Trees and Rainforest Trees for Australian Backyards.