Protect and conserve native flora & fauna.
Banrock Station was historically overgrazed, cleared for agriculture and impacted by soil salinity. After years of working to restore the floodplain & woodlands Banrock Station has created a thriving habitat for native flora and fauna.
This haven for endangered wildlife is internationally recognised as a biodiversity hotspot for over 284 species of plants including the regionally threatened River Red Gum woodland, the Black Box woodland and Eucalyptus cyanophylla.
171 species of birds (including 1 EPBC listed endangered), 47 species
of reptiles, 13 species of mammals, 9 species of fish and 8 species of amphibians (including 1 EPBC listed endangered).
This year our rangers have restored cleared mallee habitats to create biodiversity corridors for native fauna and completed the restoration of the floodplains and woodlands to create habitat for native fauna
(ex: EPBC listed Regent Parrot).