Mt Duval (37)

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Site name: Mt Duval
Site number: 37
Point numbers: 145 (Mt Duval Dry A), 146 (Mt Duval Wet A)
Ecoregion: Temperate broadleaf and mixed forests
Participant and site owner: University of New England
Site location: Northern Tablelands, New South Wales
Latitude: -30.410
Longitude: 151.646
Site description: Mt Duval is a reserve in the Northern Tablelands of NSW, protecting remnant eucalypt woodland and moist, tall open eucalypt forest more typical of the sub-coastal mountain forests found further to the east. This site has been established in conjunction with Duval (23).

Duval (23)

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Site name: Duval
Site number: 23
Point numbers: 89 (Duval Dry A), 90 (Duval Wet A)
Ecoregion: Temperate broadleaf and mixed forests
Participant and site owner: University of New England
Site location: Northern Tablelands, New South Wales
Latitude: -30.411
Longitude: 151.644
Site description: Duval is a regionally important site for threatened woodland birds with high biodiversity values. Duval has a long term field research station and avian dataset. Research at Duval has mainly focused on migratory passerines and broader biodiversity questions including invasive species (e.g. wild dogs), koalas and quolls. This site has been established in conjunction with Mt Duval (37).

Mourachan (106)

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Site name: Mourachan
Site number: 106
Point numbers: 421 (Mourachan Dry B), 422 (Mourachan Wet A), 423 (Mourachan Wet B), 424 (Mourachan Dry A)
Ecoregion: Tropical and subtropical grasslands, savannas and shrublands
Participant and site owner: Australia Zoo
Site location: Southern Central Queensland
Latitude: -27.800
Longitude: 148.981
Site description: Mourachan is a large 47,000 hectare property protecting a mosaic of significant and endangered remnant ecosystems in Queensland’s brigalow belt. The site is home to a range of arid animal and plant species.

Kangaroo Island (103)

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Site name: Kangaroo Island
Site number: 103
Point numbers: 409 (Kangaroo Island Dry A), 410 (Kangaroo Island Wet A), 411 (Kangaroo Island Dry B), 412 (Kangaroo Island Wet B)
Ecoregion: Mediterranean forests, woodlands and scrubs
Participant and site owner: South Australian Government, Department for Environment and Water
Site location: Coastal South Australia
Latitude: -35.990
Longitude: 137.466
Site description: Kangaroo Island is a large island off the coast of South Australia dominated by woodland. Approximately half of the Kangaroo Island has never been cleared and a quarter of it is conserved. The island is home to an endangered subspecies of the glossy black cockatoo (Calyptorhynchus lathami halmaturinus).

Birdsville Track A (95)

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Site name: Birdsville Track A
Site number: 95
Point numbers: 377 (Birdsville Track A Dry B), 378 (Birdsville Track A Wet B), 379 (Birdsville Track A Dry A), 380 (Birdsville Track A Wet A)
Ecoregion: Deserts and xeric shrublands
Participant and site owner: Private owner, University of Queensland
Site location: Western South Australia
Latitude: -29.390
Longitude: 139.980
Site description: This site is a frequently visited field location for arid ecology students from the University of Queensland.

Strzelecki 97 (97)

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Site name: Strzelecki 97
Site number: 97
Point numbers: 385 (Strzelecki 97 Dry B), 386 (Strzelecki 97 Dry A), 387 (Strzelecki 97 Wet A), 388 (Strzelecki 97 Wet B)
Ecoregion: Deserts and xeric shrublands
Participant and site owner: Private owner, University of Queensland
Site location: Western South Australia
Latitude: -27.711
Longitude: 140.870
Site description: This site is a frequently visited field location for arid ecology students from the University of Queensland.

Strzelecki 93 (93)

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Site name: Strzelecki 93
Site number: 93
Point numbers: 369 (Strzelecki 93 Wet B), 370 (Strzelecki 93 Wet A), 371 (Strzelecki 93 Dry B), 372 (Strzelecki 93 Dry A)
Ecoregion: Deserts and xeric shrublands
Participant and site owner: Private owner, University of Queensland
Site location: Western South Australia
Latitude: -25.773
Longitude: 140.289
Site description: This site is a frequently visited field location for arid ecology students from the University of Queensland.

Matuwa Indigenous Protected Area (90)

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Site name: Matuwa Indigenous Protected Area
Site number: 90
Point numbers: 357 (Matuwa Indigenous Protected Area Wet A), 358 (Matuwa Indigenous Protected Area Dry B), 359 (Matuwa Indigenous Protected Area Wet B), 360 (Matuwa Indigenous Protected Area Dry A)
Ecoregion: Deserts and xeric shrubland
Participant and site owner: Matuwa Piarku Aboriginal Corporation
Site location: Matuwa Indigenous Protected Area, Western Australia
Latitude: -26.138
Longitude: 121.352
Site description: Matuwa IPA covers 596,642 hectares of the Martu people’s Native Title land. Matuwa and Kurrara Kurrara are in the Murchison and Gascoyne bioregions on the southern edge of the Little Sandy Desert. Matuwa and Kurrara Kurrara are made up of yapu yapu (rocky country), rirrau (stony country), tali and parada (sand dune country) and jul jul (mulga forest).

Baniga (89)

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Site name: Baniga
Site number: 89
Point numbers: 353 (Baniga Dry A), 354 (Baniga Wet A), 355 (Baniga Dry B), 356 (Baniga Wet B)
Ecoregion: Temperate broadleaf and mixed forests
Participant and site owner: Andrew Peters
Site location: Mid North Coast New South Wales
Latitude: -30.342
Longitude: 152.756
Site description: Baniga is located on a private property of 170 hectares contiguous with Dorrigo National Park and the Gondwana Rainforests of Australia WHA, with an intact warm and cool temperate rainforest bird community.

Staaten River National Park West (88)

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Site name: Staaten River National Park West
Site number: 88
Point numbers: 349 (Staaten River National Park West Dry A), 350 (Staaten River National Park West Wet A), 351 (Staaten River National Park West Dry B), 352 (Staaten River National Park West Wet B)
Ecoregion: Tropical and subtropical grasslands, savannas and shrublands
Participant and site owner: Queensland Parks and Wildlife Service
Site location: Far North Queensland
Latitude: -16.560
Longitude: 142.270
Site description: Staaten River National Park encompasses an extensive section of the least modified tropical savannas in Queensland. The vegetation is savanna woodland dissected by ephemeral streams with a small number of permanent or semi-permanent waterholes.

Tjoritja (West MacDonnell National Park) 1 & 2 (87)

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Site name: Tjoritja (West MacDonnell National Park) 1 & 2
Site number: 87
Point numbers: 345 (Tjoritja (West MacDonnell National Park) 1 & 2 Dry A), 346 (Tjoritja (West MacDonnell National Park) 1 & 2 Wet A), 347 (Tjoritja (West MacDonnell National Park) 1 & 2 Dry B), 348 (Tjoritja (West MacDonnell National Park) 1 & 2 Wet B)
Ecoregion: Deserts and xeric shrublands
Participant and site owner: Traditional Owners, Parks and Wildlife Commission of the Northern Territory
Site location: Central Australia
Latitude: -23.707
Longitude: 132.773
Site description: Tjoritja is a jointly managed national park of 2592 km² that is a hotspot for biodiversity and endemism in Central Australia.

Toorale National Park (81)

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Site name: Toorale National Park
Site number: 81
Point numbers: 321 (Toorale National Park Dry A), 322 (Toorale National Park Wet A), 323 (Toorale National Park Dry B), 324 (Toorale National Park Wet B)
Ecoregion: Temperate grasslands, savannas and shrublands
Participant and site owner: NSW National Parks and Wildlife Service
Site location: Western New South Wales
Latitude: -30.306
Longitude: 145.418
Site description: Toorale National Park covers 309 km² and protects the floodplains of the Darling River.

Sturt National Park (NW) (80)

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Site name: Sturt National Park (NW)
Site number: 80
Point numbers: 317 (Sturt National Park (NW) Wet A), 318 (Sturt National Park (NW) Dry A), 319 (Sturt National Park (NW) Dry B), 320 (Sturt National Park (NW) Wet B)
Ecoregion: Deserts and xeric shrublands
Participant and site owner: NSW National Parks and Wildlife Service
Site location: Western New South Wales
Latitude: -29.015
Longitude: 141.016
Site description: Sturt National Park is a very large reserve of 3253 km² that includes the dingo fence and a reintroduction site for regionally extinct mammals.

Sturt National Park (79)

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Site name: Sturt National Park
Site number: 79
Point numbers: 313 (Sturt National Park Dry A), 314 (Sturt National Park Wet A), 315 (Sturt National Park Dry B), 316 (Sturt National Park Wet B)
Ecoregion: Deserts and xeric shrublands
Participant and site owner: NSW National Parks and Wildlife Service
Site location: Western New South Wales
Latitude: -29.094
Longitude: 141.509
Site description: Sturt National Park is a very large reserve of 3253 km² that includes the dingo fence and a reintroduction site for regionally extinct mammals.

Minjerribah (86)

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Site name: Minjerribah
Site number: 86
Point numbers: 341 (Minjerribah Dry A), 342 (Minjerribah Wet A), 343 (Minjerribah Dry B), 344 (Minjerribah Wet B)
Ecoregion: Temperate broadleaf and mixed forests
Participant and site owner: Quandamooka people (Traditional Owners)
Site location: Coastal Queensland
Latitude: -27.554
Longitude: 153.452
Site description: Minjerribah is a large sand island of approximately 38 km long and 11 km wide off the coast of Brisbane, Queensland. The Quandamooka people of Minjerribah have a strong and persisting connection to the island over many thousands of years. The island has over 100 freshwater lakes and wetlands and is home to rare, vulnerable, endangered and near threatened animals and important vegetation communities.

Binya (84)

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Site name: Binya
Site number: 84
Point numbers: 333 (Binya Dry B), 334 (Binya Dry A), 335 (Binya Wet B), 336 (Binya Wet A)
Ecoregion: Temperate grasslands, savannas and shrublands
Participant and site owner: Forestry Corporation (NSW)
Site location: South Western New South Wales
Latitude: -34.225
Longitude: 146.281
Site description: Binya is an active state forest of 4300 hectares with a mostly intact southern Australian woodland bird community.

Great Cumbung (82)

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Site name: Great Cumbung
Site number: 82
Point numbers: 325 (Great Cumbung Wet B), 326 (Great Cumbung Dry B), 327 (Great Cumbung Wet A), 328 (Great Cumbung Dry A)
Ecoregion: Temperate grasslands, savannas and shrublands
Participant and site owner: NSW National Parks and Wildlife Service and private landholders
Site location: South Western New South Wales
Latitude: -34.250
Longitude: 144.010
Site description: Great Cumbung is composed of fixed wetland monitoring sites across national park and private lands.

Marshmead (MLC) (78)

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Site name: Marshmead (MLC)
Site number: 78
Point numbers: 309 (Marshmead (MLC) Dry A), 310 (Marshmead (MLC) Wet A), 311 (Marshmead (MLC) Dry B), 312 (Marshmead (MLC) Wet B)
Ecoregion: Temperate broadleaf and mixed forests
Participant and site owner: Marshmead Methodist Ladies College (MLC)
Site location: Eastern Victoria
Latitude: -37.481
Longitude: 149.819
Site description: MLC Marshmead remote campus is located on a 114 ha property surrounded by Croajingolong National Park in far-east Gippsland.

Pegarah Forest & Bootlace Reserve (75)

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Site name: Pegarah Forest & Bootlace Reserve
Site number: 75
Point numbers: 297 (Pegarah Forest & Bootlace Reserve Dry A), 298 (Pegarah Forest & Bootlace Reserve Wet A), 299 (Pegarah Forest & Bootlace Reserve Dry B), 300 (Pegarah Forest & Bootlace Reserve Wet B)
Ecoregion: Temperate broadleaf and mixed forests
Participant and site owner: Forestry Tasmania
Site location: King Island, Tasmania
Latitude: -39.906
Longitude: 144.033
Site description: Pegarah Forest is composed of the largest and most intact eucalypt forest on King Island, and is managed by Forestry Tasmania. Bootlace Reserve is a private conservation reserve protecting many bird species.

Kalamurina (71)

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Site name: Kalamurina
Site number: 71
Point numbers: 281 (Kalamurina Dry A), 282 (Kalamurina Wet A), 283 (Kalamurina Dry B), 284 (Kalamurina Wet B)
Ecoregion: Deserts and xeric shrublands
Participant and site owner: Australian Wildlife Conservancy
Site location: North Eastern South Australia
Latitude: -27.910
Longitude: 137.660
Site description: Kalamurina is an AWC property of 667,000 hectares located at the juncture of the Simpson, the Tirari, and Sturt’s Stony Desert. The reserve has large areas of dune fields, freshwater and salt lakes, floodplains, and gibber plains. Kalamurina protects a variety of desert fauna including the Crest-tailed Mulgara, the Dusky Hopping Mouse, the Eyrean Grasswren and the Lake Eyre Dragon.

Yourka (46)

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Site name: Yourka
Site number: 46
Point numbers: 181 (Yourka Dry A), 182 (Yourka Wet A), 183 (Yourka Dry B), 184 (Yourka Wet B)
Ecoregion: Tropical and subtropical grasslands, savannas and shrublands
Participant and site owner: Bush Heritage Australia
Site location: Far Northern Queensland
Latitude: -17.940
Longitude: 145.410
Site description: Yourka is located in a biodiversity hotspot and is an important conservation area for 39 regional ecosystems, some not protected anywhere else in the country. Yourka Reserve is part of the Einasleigh Uplands.

Rinyirru (Lakefield) National Park (40)

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Site name: Rinyirru (Lakefield) National Park
Site number: 40
Point numbers: 157 (Rinyirru (Lakefield) National Park Dry A), 158 (Rinyirru (Lakefield) National Park Wet A), 159 (Rinyirru (Lakefield) National Park Dry B), 160 (Rinyirru (Lakefield) National Park Wet B)
Ecoregion: Tropical and subtropical grasslands, savannas and shrublands
Participant and site owner: Queensland Parks and Wildlife Service
Site location: Northern Queensland
Latitude: -14.902
Longitude: 144.135
Site description: The north extent of the park has grasslands and woodlands, wetlands, coastal estuaries, mangroves and mudflats. In the south, sandstone hills and escarpments dominate the landscape.

Blackdown Tableland (30)

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Site name: Blackdown Tableland
Site number: 30
Point numbers: 117 (Blackdown Tableland Dry A), 118 (Blackdown Tableland Wet A), 119 (Blackdown Tableland Dry B), 120 (Blackdown Tableland Wet B)
Ecoregion: Tropical and subtropical grasslands, savannas and shrublands
Participant and site owner: Queensland Parks and Wildlife Service
Site location: Central Queensland
Latitude: -23.881
Longitude: 149.109
Site description: Blackdown Tableland rises above the surrounding plains, with sandstone gorges and waterfalls. The park lies at the north-east edge of the central Queensland sandstone belt and supports a variety of plant communities including heathlands and dry eucalypt forests.

Clarkesdale H23 Bushland Reserve (17)

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Site name: Clarkesdale H23 Bushland Reserve
Site number: 17
Point numbers: 65 (Clarkesdale H23 Bushland Reserve Dry A), 66 (Clarkesdale H23 Bushland Reserve Wet A), 67 (Clarkesdale H23 Bushland Reserve Dry B), 68 (Clarkesdale H23 Bushland Reserve Wet B)
Ecoregion: Temperate broadleaf and mixed forests
Participant and site owner: Birdlife Australia
Site location: Central North Victoria
Latitude: -37.726
Longitude: 143.648
Site description: Clarkesdale Bird Sanctuary is located 150 km west of Melbourne in Victoria and managed by Birdlife Australia. Clarkesdale protects 535 ha of woodland.

Scottsdale (14)

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Site name: Scottsdale
Site number: 14
Point numbers: 53 (Scottsdale Dry A), 54 (Scottsdale Wet A), 55 (Scottsdale Dry B), 56 (Scottsdale Wet B)
Ecoregion: Temperate broadleaf and mixed forests
Participant and site owner: Bush Heritage Australia
Site location: Southern New South Wales
Latitude: -35.900
Longitude: 149.130
Site description: Scottsdale Reserve protects endangered grassy Box Gum woodlands and temperate grasslands, with the Murrumbidgee River wrapped around its northern and western flanks. The reserve is also an important part of Kosciuszko 2 Coast – a partnership creating connections between Kosciuszko and Namadgi National Parks across to the escarpment forests on NSW’s far south coast. Scottsdale is an important site for threatened woodland bird communities.

Ethabuka (9)

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Site name: Ethabuka
Site number: 9
Point numbers: 33 (Ethabuka Dry A), 34 (Ethabuka Wet A), 35 (Ethabuka Dry B), 36 (Ethabuka Wet B)
Ecoregion: Deserts and xeric shrublands
Participant and site owner: Bush Heritage Australia
Site location: Far Western Queensland
Latitude: -23.105
Longitude: 138.494
Site description: In the north of the Simpson Desert, Ethabuka is a haven for desert wildlife. The reserve is home to a wetland system of national significance, brimming with shrimps, fish and waterbirds following good rains.

Cravens Peak (8)

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Site name: Cravens Peak
Site number: 8
Point numbers: 29 (Cravens Peak Dry A), 30 (Cravens Peak Wet A), 31 (Cravens Peak Dry B), 32 (Cravens Peak Wet B)
Ecoregion: Deserts and xeric shrublands
Participant and site owner: Bush Heritage Australia
Site location: Far Western Queensland
Latitude: -23.205
Longitude: 138.416
Site description: Cravens Peak protects gibber plains, red sandy dune fields, semi-permanent waterholes, Coolabah woodlands, and one of the richest reptile assemblages on earth. Craven Peak supports a range of animal and plant species including the Grey Falcon, Painted Finch, Spinifex Pigeon, Ridge-tailed Monitor, Pituri, Mulga, and Red-bud Mallee

Nardoo Hills (5)

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Site name: Nardoo Hills
Site number: 5
Point numbers: 17 (Nardoo Hills Dry A), 18 (Nardoo Hills Wet A), 19 (Nardoo Hills Dry B), 20 (Nardoo Hills Wet B)
Ecoregion: Temperate broadleaf and mixed forests
Participant and site owner: Bush Heritage Australia
Site location: Northern Central Victoria
Latitude: -36.300
Longitude: 143.560
Site description: Nardoo Hills is a 1207 ha reserve protecting Grassy Box and Box-ironbark Woodlands. Nardoo Hills supports more than 110 bird species, including the nationally endangered Swift Parrot.

JCG Nature Reserve (4)

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Site name: JCG Nature Reserve
Site number: 4
Point numbers: 13 (JCG Nature Reserve Dry A), 14 (JCG Nature Reserve Wet A), 15 (JCG Nature Reserve Dry B), 16 (JCG Nature Reserve Wet B)
Ecoregion: Temperate broadleaf and mixed forests
Participant and site owner: Bush Heritage Australia
Site location: Central Victoria
Latitude: -36.780
Longitude: 143.320
Site description: The JCG (John Colahan Griffin) Nature Reserve covers 147 ha and protects remnant Ironbark, Long-leaved Box and Yellow Gum woodland which provides habitat for a variety of bushland birds that are declining across Victoria. Old growth trees provide nesting resources for birds such as parrots and owls, and for mammals such as Brush-tailed Phascogales. The endangered Swift Parrot is found in the area.

Fletcherview Research Station (61)

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Site name: Fletcherview Research Station
Site number: 61
Point numbers: 241 (Fletcherview Research Station Dry A), 242 (Fletcherview Research Station Wet A), 243 (Fletcherview Research Station Wet B), 244 (Fletcherview Research Station Dry B)
Ecoregion: Tropical and subtropical grasslands, savannas and shrublands
Participant and site owner:
Site location: Northern Queensland
Latitude: -19.883
Longitude: 146.178
Site description: Fletcherview Research Station is a fully functioning cattle station which also supports a wide variety of flora and fauna. The station covers 1960 hectares across black and red basalt soils, and alluvial river flats, and is composed of open savannah woodland and dry rainforest, with an understorey of native and exotic grass species. Fletcherview follows 2.5 kilometres of the Burdekin River and incorporates three major creek systems (Lolworth Creek, Pandanus Creek and Hann Creek).

Orpheus Island (43)

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Site name: Orpheus Island
Site number: 43
Point numbers: 169 (Orpheus Island Dry A), 170 (Orpheus Island Wet A), 171 (Orpheus Island Dry B), 172 (Orpheus Island Wet B)
Ecoregion: Tropical and subtropical moist broadleaf forests
Participant and site owner: Queensland Parks and Wildlife Service and James Cook University
Site location: Far North Queensland
Latitude: -18.617
Longitude: 146.496
Site description: Orpheus Island is approximately 12 km long and one to 2.5 km wide and is found within the Great Barrier Reef World Heritage Area. The island is volcanic in origin and is covered in dry woodlands of Moreton Bay Ash and acacias with rainforest in gullies.

Staaten River National Park (41)

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Site name: Staaten River National Park
Site number: 41
Point numbers: 161 (Staaten River National Park Dry A), 162 (Staaten River National Park Wet A), 163 (Staaten River National Park Dry B), 164 (Staaten River National Park Wet B)
Ecoregion: Tropical and subtropical grasslands, savannas and shrublands
Participant and site owner: Queensland Parks and Wildlife Service
Site location: Far North Queensland
Latitude: -16.521
Longitude: 142.788
Site description: Staaten River National Park encompasses an extensive section of the least modified tropical savannas in Queensland. The vegetation is savanna woodland dissected by ephemeral streams with a small number of permanent or semi-permanent waterholes.

Paluma Range National Park (39)

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Site name: Paluma Range National Park
Site number: 39
Point numbers: 153 (Paluma Range National Park Dry A), 154 (Paluma Range National Park Wet A), 155 (Paluma Range National Park Dry B), 156 (Paluma Range National Park Wet B)
Ecoregion: Tropical and subtropical moist broadleaf forests
Participant and site owner: Queensland Parks and Wildlife Service
Site location: Northern Coastal Queensland
Latitude: -18.972
Longitude: 146.237
Site description: Paluma Range National Park contains Jourama Falls, Crystal Creek and Lake Paluma. The park lies within the Paluma Important Bird Area (IBA)as it is a southern outlier for many species and contains a significant population of the vulnerable Southern Cassowary.

Undara National Park (36)

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Site name: Undara National Park
Site number: 36
Point numbers: 141 (Undara National Park Wet B), 142 (Undara National Park Wet A), 143 (Undara National Park Dry A), 144 (Undara National Park Dry B)
Ecoregion: Tropical and subtropical grasslands, savannas and shrublands
Participant and site owner: Queensland Parks and Wildlife Service
Site location: Northern Queensland
Latitude: -18.322
Longitude: 144.596
Site description: Undara National Park contains the remains of one of the earth’s longest flows of lava originating from a single volcano. Caves within this lava tube are fertile pockets in which rainforest plant and many animal species are found. The park is found on the western slopes of the McBride Plateau, and is composed of open woodlands and savanna, with pockets of semi-evergreen vine thicket in the sheltered entrances to some of the lava caves.

Townsville Town Common Conservation Park (35)

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Site name: Townsville Town Common Conservation Park
Site number: 35
Point numbers: 137 (Townsville Town Common Conservation Park Dry A), 138(Townsville Town Common Conservation Park Wet A), 139 (Townsville Town Common Conservation Park Dry B), 140 (Townsville Town Common Conservation Park Wet B)
Ecoregion: Tropical and subtropical grasslands, savannas and shrublands
Participant and site owner: Queensland Parks and Wildlife Service
Site location: North Queensland
Latitude: -19.221
Longitude: 146.778
Site description: Townsville Town Common Conservation Park is found close to the centre of Townsville. The reserve is composed of lagoons, seasonal wetlands, coastal woodlands and beaches with rocky headlands. Tributaries of the Bohle River cross the park. Up to 280 bird species have been recorded in the area, including Magpie Geese and Brolgas.

Porcupine Gorge National Park (34)

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Site name: Porcupine Gorge National Park
Site number: 34
Point numbers: 133 (Porcupine Gorge National Park Dry A), 134 (Porcupine Gorge National Park Wet A), 135 (Porcupine Gorge National Park Dry B), 136 (Porcupine Gorge National Park Wet B)
Ecoregion: Tropical and subtropical grasslands, savannas and shrublands
Participant and site owner: Queensland Parks and Wildlife Service
Site location: Northern Central Queensland
Latitude: -20.411
Longitude: 144.429
Site description: Sandstone cliffs, vine forest and deep permanent waterholes are found along Porcupine Creek, with savanna plains and woodlands surrounding Porcupine Gorge. Porcupine Gorge National Park covers 5410ha, with the gorge fringing approximately 25km of Porcupine Creek.

White Mountains National Park (33)

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Site name: White Mountains National Park
Site number: 33
Point numbers: 129 (White Mountains National Park Wet A), 130 (White Mountains National Park Dry A), 131 (White Mountains National Park Dry B), 132 (White Mountains National Park Wet B)
Ecoregion: Tropical and subtropical grasslands, savannas and shrublands
Participant and site owner: Queensland Parks and Wildlife Service
Site location: Northern Central Queensland
Latitude: -20.535
Longitude: 145.005
Site description: White Mountains National Park protects 14 different Desert Uplands ecosystems across 112,000 hectares. The park is composed of Lancewood forests, open woodlands, laterite pastures, heathlands and spinifex grasslands

Moorrinya National Park (32)

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Site name: Moorrinya National Park
Site number: 32
Point numbers: 125 (Moorrinya National Park Dry A), 126 (Moorrinya National Park Wet A), 127 (Moorrinya National Park Dry B), 128 (Moorrinya National Park Wet B)
Ecoregion: Tropical and subtropical grasslands, savannas and shrublands
Participant and site owner: Queensland Parks and Wildlife Service
Site location: Central Western Queensland
Latitude: -21.410
Longitude: 144.959
Site description: Moorrinya National Park protects rare species such as the Square-tailed Kite, Squatter Pigeon and Julia Creek Dunnart which inhabit the Desert Upland plains which are covered in open eucalypt, paperbark and acacia woodlands and grasslands.

Blackbraes National Park (31)

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Site name: Blackbraes National Park
Site number: 31
Point numbers: 121 (Blackbraes National Park Dry A), 122 (Blackbraes National Park Wet A), 123 (Blackbraes National Park Dry B), 124 (Blackbraes National Park Wet B)
Ecoregion: Tropical and subtropical grasslands, savannas and shrublands
Participant and site owner: Queensland Parks and Wildlife Service
Site location: North Queensland
Latitude: -19.515
Longitude: 144.227
Site description: Blackbraes National Park protects undulating hills and ranges that surround basalt outcrops, black soil plains and seasonal swamps. The park is 850m above sea level, with a wetter and generally cooler climate compared with the surrounding country. Ironbark woodlands dominate much of the area.

Blacksoil Creek (Bowling Green Bay National Park) (29)

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Site name: Blacksoil Creek (Bowling Green Bay National Park)
Site number: 72
Point numbers: 113 (Blacksoil Creek (Bowling Green Bay National Park) Dry A), 114 (Blacksoil Creek (Bowling Green Bay National Park) Wet A), 115 (Blacksoil Creek (Bowling Green Bay National Park) Dry B), 116 (Blacksoil Creek (Bowling Green Bay National Park) Wet B)
Ecoregion: Tropical and subtropical moist broadleaf forests
Participant and site owner: Queensland Parks and Wildlife Service
Site location: North Queensland
Latitude: -19.458
Longitude: 146.993
Site description: Bowling Green Bay National Park covers 57,900ha of coastal and mountainous country, ranging from mangroves to montane rainforests. The national park includes a Ramsar listed wetland protecting significant habitat for waterfowl. During summer at least 30 different species of birds migrate to the park from around the world.

Eungella (28)

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Site name: Eungella
Site number: 28
Point numbers: 109 (Eungella Wet A), 110 (Eungella Dry A), 111 (Eungella Wet B), 112 (Eungella Dry B)
Ecoregion:
Participant and site owner: Queensland Parks and Wildlife Service
Site location: North Queensland
Latitude: -21.168
Longitude: 148.505
Site description: Eungella National Park protects many unusual plants and animals, including the Eungella Dayfrog, Mackay Tulip Oak, Eungella Spiny Crayfish, and the Eungella honeyeater. This isolated mountain refuge lies close to the boundary between subtropical and tropical rainforests and supports species from both vegetation types. Much of the park is remote and inaccessible, and is dissected by gorges. Rainforest dominates the area, but open eucalypt woodland grows on Dick’s Tableland in the rugged north-western part of the park. Flowering Bottlebrushes and tall River She-oaks line the meandering Broken River which is home to the secretive platypus.

Boodjamulla (Lawn Hill) National Park (26)

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Site name: Boodjamulla (Lawn Hill) National Park
Site number: 26
Point numbers: 101 (Boodjamulla (Lawn Hill) National Park Dry A), 102 (Boodjamulla (Lawn Hill) National Park Wet A), 103 (Boodjamulla (Lawn Hill) National Park Dry B), 104 (Boodjamulla (Lawn Hill) National Park Wet B)
Ecoregion: Tropical and subtropical grasslands, savannas and shrublands
Participant and site owner: Queensland Parks and Wildlife Service
Site location: North Western Queensland
Latitude: -18.740
Longitude: 138.319
Site description: Boodjamulla (Lawn Hill) National Park is situated within the remote north-west highlands of Queensland, featuring gorge country, sandstone ranges and World Heritage fossils. Lawn Hill Gorge is formed by Lawn Hill Creek, which is fed by numerous freshwater springs from the limestone plateau to the west.

Doonan Creek Environmental Reserve (22)

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Site name: Doonan Creek Environmental Reserve
Site number: 22
Point numbers: 85 (Doonan Creek Environmental Reserve Dry A), 86 (Doonan Creek Environmental Reserve Wet A), 87 (Doonan Creek Environmental Reserve Dry B), 88 (Doonan Creek Environmental Reserve Wet B)
Ecoregion: Temperate broadleaf and mixed forests
Participant and site owner: Sunshine Coast Council
Site location: South East Queensland
Latitude: -26.494
Longitude: 153.061
Site description: Doonan Creek Environmental Reserve is a large conservation reserve of approximately 150 ha managed by the Sunshine Coast Council. The reserve is a mosaic of modified pasture and a range of remnant vegetation communities. Remnant communities include open forest and woodland, heathland and notophyll vine forest.

Gluepot Reserve (18)

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Site name: Gluepot Reserve
Site number: 18
Point numbers: 69 (Gluepot Reserve Dry A), 70 (Gluepot Reserve Wet A), 71 (Gluepot Reserve Dry B), 72 (Gluepot Reserve Wet B)
Ecoregion: Mediterranean forests, woodlands and scrubs
Participant and site owner: Birdlife Australia
Site location: South Eastern South Australia
Latitude: -33.750
Longitude: 140.149
Site description: Gluepot Reserve lies north of the Murray River in the Riverland district of semi-arid South Australia. The property is managed by Birdlife Australia. Gluepot is part of the largest area of intact Mallee left in Australia. Six nationally threatened bird species can be found on Gluepot Reserve and a further 17 regionally threatened bird species.

Mt Barney (1)

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Site name: Mt Barney
Site number: 1
Point numbers: 1 (Mt Barney Dry A), 2 (Mt Barney Wet A), 3 (Mt Barney Dry B), 4 (Mt Barney Wet B)
Ecoregion: Temperate broadleaf and mixed forests
Participant and site owner: Bulimba Creek Catchment Coordinating Committee (B4C)
Site location: South East Queensland
Latitude: -28.240
Longitude: 152.642
Site description: The Mt Barney property is owned and managed by the Bulimba Creek Catchment Coordinating Committee (B4C). The property is a 29ha buffer area for the World Heritage Listed Mt Barney National Park, and protects remnant Eucalypt Forest and regrowth which provides habitat for Koalas, Glossy Black Cockatoos and other wildlife.

Brogo (6)

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Site name: Brogo
Site number: 6
Point numbers: 21 (Brogo Dry A), 22 (Brogo Wet A), 23 (Brogo Dry B), 24 (Brogo Wet B)
Ecoregion: Temperate broadleaf and mixed forests
Participant and site owner: Bush Heritage Australia
Site location: Southern New South wales
Latitude: -36.510
Longitude: 149.780
Site description: In the valley of the Brogo River, this reserve is one of the largest areas of intact native bushland in the region, and conserves forest ecosystems, particularly dry rainforests, poorly protected elsewhere in the state. The reserve also protects wet and dry eucalypt forests.

Steve Irwin Wildlife Reserve (105)

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Site name: Steve Irwin Wildlife Reserve
Site number: 105
Point numbers: 417 (Steve Irwin Wildlife Reserve Dry A), 418 (Steve Irwin Wildlife Reserve Wet A), 419 (Steve Irwin Wildlife Reserve Dry B), 420 (Steve Irwin Wildlife Reserve Wet B)
Ecoregion: Tropical and subtropical grasslands, savannas and shrublands
Participant and site owner: Australia Zoo
Site location: Cape York Peninsula, Far North Queensland
Latitude: -12.325
Longitude: 142.445
Site description: The Steve Irwin Wildlife Reserve is found on Cape York Peninsula. The reserve is composed of rainforests, sclerophyll woodlands, wetlands and savannas. Steve Irwin Wildlife Reserve was formerly a cattle property, Bertiehaugh Station, and is now an important site for scientific research and conservation.

Carnarvon Station Reserve (92)

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Site name: Carnarvon Station Reserve
Site number: 92
Point numbers: 365 (Carnarvon Dry A), 366 (Carnarvon Wet A), 367 (Carnarvon Dry B), 368 (Carnarvon Wet B)
Ecoregion: Tropical and subtropical grasslands, savannas and shrublands
Participant and site owner: Bush Heritage Australia
Site location: Central Western Queensland
Latitude: -24.938
Longitude: 147.569
Site description: The BHA Carnarvon Station reserve lies adjacent to Carnarvon Gorge National Park, extending conservation land for one of the largest remnants in the Brigalow bioregion.

Monjebup Reserve/SWWA Floristic Region (91)

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Site name: Monjebup Reserve/SWWA Floristic Region
Site number: 91
Point numbers: 361 (Monjebup Dry A), 362 (Monjebup Wet A), 363 (Monjebup Dry B), 364 (Monjebup Wet B)
Ecoregion: Mediterranean forests, woodlands and scrubs
Participant and site owner: Bush Heritage Australia
Site location: Southern Western Australia
Latitude: -34.208
Longitude: 118.633
Site description: Monjebup is composed of three reserves that protect Mallee heath in southern Western Australia. The reserves also contribute to the Gondwana Link project which will restore 1000km of bushland from Western Australia’s southwest to the edge of the Nullarbor Plain. Monjebup provides habitat for the vulnerable Malleefowl and Western Whipbird, Carnaby’s Cockatoo and the Tammar Wallaby.

Cape Barren Island (76)

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Site name: Cape Barren Island
Site number: 76
Point numbers: 301 (Cape Barren Island Dry A), 302 (Cape Barren Island Dry B), 303 (Cape Barren Island Wet A), 304 (Cape Barren Island Wet B)
Ecoregion: Temperate broadleaf and mixed forests
Participant and site owner: Traditional Owners
Site location: Bass Strait
Latitude: -40.39
Longitude: 148.23
Site description: Cape Barren Island (truwana) is owned and managed by Traditional Owners. The island lies of the north-east coast of Tasmania, and has untouched wetlands and forested areas.

Katarapko (68)

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Site name: Katarapko
Site number: 68
Point numbers: 269 (Katarapko Dry A), 270 (Katarapko Wet A), 271 (Katarapko Dry B), 272 (Katarapko Wet B)
Ecoregion: Mediterranean forests, woodlands and scrubs
Participant and site owner: Department of Environment and Water, South Australia
Site location: Berri, South Australia
Latitude: -34.37
Longitude: 140.54
Site description: The Katarapko site is associated with the Murray River National Park, and is a priority floodplain in South Australia. Katarapko is comprised of floodplains, permanent and ephemeral creeks and wetlands, saline basins, dunes, and aquatic and terrestrial habitats, protecting Red Gum, Black Box, Lignum, River Cooba, and Chenopod and Samphire shrublands.

Warra Tall Eucalypt (63)

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Site name: Warra Tall Eucalypt
Site number: 63
Point numbers: 249 (Warra Tall Eucalypt Wet A), 250 (Warra Tall Eucalypt Wet B), 251 (Warra Tall Eucalypt Dry B), 252 (Warra Tall Eucalypt Dry A)
Ecoregion: Temperate broadleaf and mixed forests
Participant and site owner: TERN, Tasmanian Government, Forestry Tasmania, the University of Tasmania and CSIRO
Site location: Tasmanian World Heritage Area, southern Tasmania
Latitude: -43.091
Longitude: 146.652
Site description: Warra Tall Eucalypt site was established as a Long-term Ecological Research site in 1998. Warra is dominated by Eucalyptus obliqua forest and is the focus of multi-disciplinary research into the ecological processes of these unique ecosystems. Warra has some of the tallest and largest flowering forests on Earth, and is home to a range of Southern Hemisphere rainforest plants, Tasmanian Devils, Platypus, Echidna, Cockatoos, and Wallabies. The site has experienced significant fires in recent years. The establishment of acoustic sensors in these systems will provide a record for post-fire recovery.

Robson Creek (51)

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Site name: Robson Creek
Site number: 51
Point numbers: 201 (Robson Creek Dry A), 202 (Robson Creek Wet A), 203 (Robson Creek Dry B), 204 (Robson Creek Wet B)
Ecoregion: Tropical and subtropical moist broadleaf forests
Participant and site owner: James Cook University, Terrestrial Ecosystem Research Network
Site location: Far North Queensland
Latitude: -17.117
Longitude: 145.630
The Robson Creek SuperSite lies on the Atherton Tablelands in the wet tropical rainforests of Australia at 680-740m elevation. It is situated in Danbulla National Park within the Wet Tropics World Heritage Area. The climate is seasonal with approximately 60% of rain falling between January–March and the landform is moderately inclined with a low relief although the Lamb Range rises sharply to 1276m asl immediately to the north of the 25ha plot which was established in 2009. The vegetation of Robson Creek is predominantly simple notophyll vine forest, although there are areas of drier vegetation. All stems ≥10cm diameter are measured, tagged and mapped to provide the a mapping of the most carbon dense forest in Australia with >23000 stems and over 200 tree species. The core 1ha plot is located near the south-western corner of the 25ha plot. In 2013, a 40m flux tower was established adjacent to the plot.

Spyglass (44)

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Site name: Spyglass
Site number: 44
Point numbers: 174 (Spyglass Dry A), 173 (Spyglass Wet A), 176 (Spyglass Dry B), 175 (Spyglass Wet B)
Ecoregion: Tropical and subtropical grasslands, savannas and shrublands
Participant and site owner: Department of Agriculture and Fisheries, CSIRO, James Cook University
Site location: Far North Queensland
Latitude: -19.503
Longitude: 145.700
Site description: Spyglass Beef Research Facility is a 38000 hectare cattle station and research facility. Spyglass plays an important role in the development of tropical and subtropical beef production and ecosystem management, and provides education and training programs.

Wambiana Cattle Station (45)

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Site name: Wambiana Cattle Station
Site number: 45
Point numbers: 177 (Wambiana Cattle Station Dry A), 178 (Wambiana Cattle Station Wet A), 179 (Wambiana Cattle Station Dry B), 180 (Wambiana Cattle Station Wet B)
Ecoregion: Tropical and subtropical grasslands, savannas and shrublands
Participant and site owner: The Lyons family
Site location: Far North Queensland
Latitude: -20.554
Longitude: 146.111
Site description: Wambiana Cattle Station is a working cattle station, educational facility, and tourism operator. Wambiana Cattle Station hosts a long-term grazing trial and provides an outdoor laboratory for the research of native invertebrates and broader biodiversity across multiple ecosystems.

Little Desert Nature Lodge (74)

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Site name: Little Desert Nature Lodge
Site number: 74
Point numbers: 293 (Little Desert Nature Lodge Wet A), 294 (Little Desert Nature Lodge Dry A), 295 (Little Desert Nature Lodge Wet B), 296 (Little Desert Nature Lodge Dry B)
Ecoregion: Mediterranean forests, woodlands and scrubs
Participant and site owner: Little Desert Nature Lodge
Site location: Western Victoria
Latitude: -36.586
Longitude: 141.227
Site description: Little Desert Nature Lodge is an ecotourism property adjacent to the Little Desert National Park. The Nature Lodge protects important habitat for the Mallee Fowl.

Newhaven (73)

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Site name: Newhaven
Site number: 73
Point numbers: 289 (Newhaven Wet A), 290 (Newhaven Wet B), 291 (Newhaven Dry B), 292 (Newhaven Dry A)
Ecoregion: Deserts and xeric shrublands
Participant and site owner: Australian Wildlife Conservancy and Birdlife Australia
Site location: Central Australia
Latitude: -22.733
Longitude: 131.152
Site description: Newhaven is a conservation reserve of approximately 261500 hectares in the Northern Territory. The reserve is jointly managed by the Australian Wildlife Conservancy and Birdlife Australia, and protects large expanses of mulga woodlands and spinifex sandplains. Newhaven are the traditional lands of the Ngalia-Warlpiri/Luritja people.

Arkaba (72)

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Site name: Arkaba
Site number: 72
Point numbers: 285 (Arkaba Dry A), 286 (Arkaba Wet A), 287 (Arkaba Dry B), 288 (Arkaba Wet B)
Ecoregion: Deserts and xeric shrublands
Participant and site owner: Arkaba Conservancy
Site location: Flinders Ranges, South Australia
Latitude: -31.733
Longitude: 138.501
Site description: Arkaba Conservancy is a private conservation reserve in the Flinders Ranges. The vegetation is dominated by Casuarina and Cypress Pine, and River Red Gum along creek lines. Local landforms include high ranges and plateaus, gorges, valleys and floodplains.

Reedy Creek (13)

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Site name: Reedy Creek
Site number: 13
Point numbers: 49 (Reedy Creek Dry A), 50 (Reedy Creek Wet A), 51 (Reedy Creek Dry B), 52 (Reedy Creek Wet B)
Ecoregion: Temperate broadleaf and mixed forests
Participant and site owner: Bush Heritage Australia
Site location: Central coastal Queensland
Latitude: -24.232
Longitude: 151.920
Site description: The reserve protects intact Queensland coastal and riparian forest that’s been dramatically cleared to make way for development. Reedy Creek is covered by tall swampy open forest of Melaleuca quinquenervia.

Uunguu Indigenous Protected Area (Wunambal Gaambera) (16)

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Site name: Uunguu Indigenous Protected Area (Wunambal Gaambera)
Site number: 16
Point numbers: 61 (Uunguu Indigenous Protected Area (Wunambal Gaambera) Dry A), 62 (Uunguu Indigenous Protected Area (Wunambal Gaambera) Wet A), 63 (Uuunguu Indigenous Protected Area (Wunambal Gaambera) Wet B), 64 (Uunguu Indigenous Protected Area (Wunambal Gaambera) Dry B)
Ecoregion: Tropical and subtropical grasslands, savannas and shrublands
Participant and site owner: Bush Heritage Australia
Site location: Northern Western Australia
Latitude: -14.630
Longitude: 125.797
Site description: Large area run in partnership with traditional owners (Wunambal Gaambera Aboriginal Corporation). Open Woodland with adjacent Monsoon Vine Thicket. Existing mammal monitoring sites (including nest boxes) with vegetation plots with 5+years data established under the Landscape Conservation Initiative. Kimberley Sugar Gliders have been recorded from a group of these sites.

Chillagoe (42)

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Site name: Chillagoe
Site number: 42
Point numbers: 165 (Chillagoe Wet A), 166 (Chillagoe Dry A), 167 (Chillagoe Wet B), 168 (Chillagoe Dry B)
Ecoregion: Tropical and subtropical grasslands, savannas and shrublands
Participant and site owner: Queensland Parks and Wildlife Service
Site location: Northern Queensland
Latitude: -17.198
Longitude: 144.504
Site description: Chillagoe lies within a belt of limestone approximately 5km wide and 45km long, extending from south of Chillagoe, north-west to the Walsh River and beyond. The vegetation of Chillagoe-Mungana Caves National Park is dominated by tropical woodland with isolated pockets of deciduous vine thicket. Bats and other taxa, including birds and reptiles, are found in Chillagoe’s caves.

Tarcutta Hills (15)

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Site name: Tarcutta Hills
Site number: 15
Point numbers: 57 (Tarcutta Hills Dry A), 58 (Tarcutta Hills Wet A), 59 (Tarcutta Hills Dry B), 60 (Tarcutta Hills Wet B)
Ecoregion: Temperate broadleaf and mixed forests
Participant and site owner: Bush Heritage Australia
Site location: Central West New South Wales
Latitude: -35.370
Longitude: 147.700
Site description: Tarcutta Hills protects 432 ha of intact grassy White Box woodlands. Tarcutta Hills provides habitat for threatened woodland bird communities including the Swift Parrot (Lathamus discolor).

Naree Station (12)

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Site name: Naree Station
Site number: 12
Point numbers: 45 (Naree Station Wet A), 46 (Naree Station Dry A), 47 (Naree Station Wet B), 48 (Naree Station Dry B)
Ecoregion: Temperate grasslands, savannas and shrublands
Participant and site owner: Bush Heritage Australia
Site location: North Western New South Wales
Latitude: -29.216
Longitude: 145.119
Site description: Located on the inland floodplains of northern NSW, Naree sits at the head of the nationally significant wetlands of the Cuttaburra Channels and Yantabulla Swamp. The site is composed of alluvial swamps with scattered Coolabah trees, and riparian areas of Coolabah, Black-box and mixed shrub communities (Eremophila, Senna and Dodonaea species). Mulga woodlands and sandplain vegetation communities are also found in the area.

Little Llangothlin Reserve/Warra National Park (11)

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Site name: Little Llangothlin Reserve/Warra National Park
Site number: 11
Point numbers: 41 (Little Llangothlin Reserve/Warra National Park Dry A), 42 (Little Llangothlin Reserve/Warra National Park Wet B), 43 (Little Llangothlin Reserve/Warra National Park Wet A), 44 (Little Llangothlin Reserve/Warra National Park Dry B)
Ecoregion: Temperate broadleaf and mixed forests
Participant and site owner: University of New England and NSW National Parks and Wildlife Service
Site location: Central eastern New South Wales
Latitude: -30.085
Longitude: 151.782
Site description: Little Llangothlin Reserve is a RAMSAR site and a drought refugia with permanent water. Nearby Warra National Park has sphagnum moss areas, and endangered New England Peppermint (Eucalyptus nova-anglica) woodland.

Hamelin Station Reserve (10)

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Site name: Hamelin Station Reserve
Site number: 10
Point numbers: 37 (Hamelin Station Dry B), 38 (Hamelin Station Wet B), 39 (Hamelin Station Wet A), 40 (Hamelin Station Dry A)
Ecoregion: Deserts and xeric shrublands
Participant and site owner: Bush Heritage Australia
Site location: Central Coastal Western Australia
Latitude: -26.49
Longitude: 114.37
Site description: Abutting the shore of Hamelin Pool and the Shark Bay World Heritage Area, Hamelin Station Reserve is a former sheep station protecting Acacia dominated shrublands on sandplains, samphire shrublands, and eucalypt woodlands with an understorey of spinifex hummocks.

Charles Darwin Reserve (7)

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Site name: Charles Darwin Reserve
Site number: 7
Point numbers: 25 (Charles Darwin Reserve Wet A), 26 (Charles Darwin Reserve Dry A), 27 (Charles Darwin Reserve Wet B), 28 (Charles Darwin Reserve Dry B)
Ecoregion: Mediterranean forests, woodlands and scrubs
Participant and site owner: Bush Heritage Australia
Site location: South-Central Western Australia
Latitude: -29.62
Longitude: 117.00
Site description: Charles Darwin Reserve lies on the northern edge of the Western Australian wheat belt, extending into the more arid Eremean Province to the north. The reserve falls largely within the Southwest Botanical Province, and its eucalypt woodlands form part of an EPBC-listed Threatened Community.