Over 130 Projects - 13 Countries - Over AU $6 Million
With every purchase of Banrock Station, you are helping to protect our beautiful planet.
Banrock Station re-invests profit to fund environmental projects around the world.
To date, our commitment exceeds AU $6million to over 130 projects in 13 countries.
Thanks to you, we’re able to help protect our beautiful planet together.
Lake Nakuru National Park
Eco Tourism development of Lake Nakuru National Park
On Banrock Station’s own property in Australia, the benefits of eco tourism have become clear, with thousands of visitors enjoying the beauty of the landscape and learning about the importance of preserving natural habitat. Contributing to eco-tourism projects like this one in Kenya is a natural progression of Banrock Station’s conservation work.
Spreewald Nature Observation Trail
Education opportunities, for children and adults, are an important part of many conservation projects such as this in Germany. Public awareness and acceptance is vital for the continuation of this valuable work.
New Zealand – Banrock Trust
New Zealand is a country particularly renowned for its natural beauty and unique wildlife. Banrock Station’s sponsorship has contributed to important projects that are conserving and restoring the country’s natural heritage for present and future generations.
Some projects include:
- Restoration of Henley Lake Wetland Complex – Masterton Henley Trust
- Tavora Reserve Dune Restoration – Yellow Eyed Penguin Trust
- Wetland Restoration and Pateke Duck Release – Tawharanui Regional Park
- Pateke Duck Recovery Project
- Manawatu River Estuary Trust – Foxton
- Wetland construction, Henley Trust – Masterton Intermediate School
- Pontoon and viewing tower – Te Henga Wetlands
Organisation Partner: WWF Norway
Global climate change is a hot topic. The coldest regions of the world offer some of the greatest insights. Banrock’s sponsorship of research in Norway has helps spread the message about local impact on Polar Bears and the implications on climate change worldwide.
DeWeerribben National Park. Banrock Marshes
In the Netherlands, an important reed bed site has been restored to recreate habitat for many species of plants and animals that were being driven out of their homes by degradation of the area.
The Asian Elephant Foundation
Organisation Partner: Â The Asian Elephant Foundation
â€œBring the Elephant Homeâ€ project aims to conserve and extend the elephantâ€™s habitat by planting 200,000 seedlings to create a mosaic of grasslands and lush forest that accommodates the needs of the elephants.
Endangered Western Forests
Organisation Partner: American Forests
Banrock Stations project funding will address the devastation of whitebark pines and prevent the species from extinction. The project will also foster innovative research to improve management techniques and create replicable strategies that can be applied to forests across the west.
Restoring Californiaâ€™s Riverside Forest
Organisation Partner: Audubon Trust
Banrock Station is partnering with Audubon to provide technical assistance to a minimum of 20 private agricultural landowners interested in (re)establishing native forests along their farmâ€™s waterways. This activity will increase suitable habitat for migratory songbirds (along with other wildlife) through habitat restoration of at least 13 acres of riparian habitat.
Mai Po Wetlands
Organisation Partner: WWF Hong Kong
Banrock Stationâ€™s sponsorship is helping to manage the Mai Po Wetlands to maintain and increase the diversity of habitats and native wildlife that is appropriate for South Chinaâ€™s coastal wetlands.
Organisation Partner: Orangutan Appeal UK
Banrock Stationâ€™s sponsorship helps to rehabilitate orphaned, injured and ex-captive orangutans and eventually return them to the wild, while also encouraging conservation and providing education about the plight of this endangered species.
The Eden Project
Organisation Partner: Â The Eden Project
Banrock Station partnered with The Eden project in Cornwall. The agreement resulted in the creation of the Banrock Station Good Garden at Eden, highlighting sustainable and practical solutions which can be easily re-created in domestic gardens throughout the year. The Banrock Station Good Garden will reflect both Edenâ€™s and the wine brandâ€™s on-going commitment to the environment.
Vote for Nature Supporting Red Squirrels
Organisation Partner: UK National Trust
Banrock Station has partnered with The UK National Trust to support the Red Squirrels; carrying out population surveys to monitor numbers and health of populations, coupled with installation of feeders + habitat improvement conservation in areas where they are under pressure from invading grey squirrels.
Nova Scotia Nature Trust
Organisation Partner: Nova Scotia Nature Trust
Banrock Station has partnered with Nature Trust in Canada to conserve fresh water habitats and species through permanent land conservation and to promote responsible habitat stewardship.
Research to support Polar Bears
Organisation Partner: Polar Bears International
Banrock Station is sponsoring Polar Bears Internationalâ€™s work by supporting their scientific research that will inform and educate the public to inspire the actions necessary to preserve the species and its habitat
Protecting turtles on the Great Barrier Reef
Organisation Partner: WWF Australia
Banrock Station are funding support of $750,000 over a four year period for a research project led by WWF-Australia to protect the Great Barrier Reef and the marine turtles who call it home.
The project will seek to identify and measure the key pollutants in rivers, the Great Barrier Reef and in green turtles themselves. The data collected will allow us to better understand the sources and impacts of pollution on the Reef and on turtles.
Banrock Station Wetland Biodiversity Project
The objectives of the Banrock Station Biodiversity Project include: the provision of accurate and updated data on Banrock Stationâ€™s aquatic species biology and populations; fulfil the requirements under the Ramsar Convention; ensure secure establishment of threatened aquatic species populations; promote and raise awareness of Murray River aquatic ecosystems conservation.