What we're doing
For more than 25 years, we have reinvested profits from every bottle of Banrock Station sold to protecting and preserving the planet.
Banrock Station is much more than a winery, but also wetlands spreading over 1000 hectares. The wetlands provide a haven for over 17,000 native plants, animals and threatened birdlife. The wetlands also act as a carbon capture helping produce clean air and reduce climate change.
Now, we’re partnering with Landcare Australia to plant natives trees and shrubs, creating habitats for Australian wildlife and communities to enjoy while removing harmful carbon from the atmosphere for generations to come.
We’re constantly finding ways to better understand and look after our environment. Discover more about our wetlands and keep up-to-date with what’s happening at our Cellar Door.
How it started
We’ve been partnered with Landcare Australia since 1995, when together we restored 1,000 hectares of internationally important wetlands at Banrock Station’s home in the Riverland. Restoring and protecting these wetlands led to their listing as a Ramsar Wetland of International Importance in 2002.
What we've achieved
Our ongoing commitment is demonstrated through the Banrock Station Environmental Trust; whereby a portion of profits from every sale are reinvested to supporting conservation projects around the world.
Projects have ranged from focusing on protecting specific endangered species, to conserving and restoring the natural landscape for the benefit fo multiple species of plants and animals.