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), 64 (Uuunguu Indigenous Protected Area (Wunambal Gaambera) Dry B), 63 (Uunguu Indigenous Protected Area (Wunambal Gaambera) Wet 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.

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 Dry A), 46 (Naree Station Wet A), 47 (Naree Station Dry B), 48 (Naree Station Wet 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.

Hamelin Station Reserve (10)

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Site name: Hamelin Station Reserve
Site number: 10
Point numbers: 37 (Hamelin Station Dry A), 38 (Hamelin Station Wet A), 39 (Hamelin Station Dry B), 40 (Hamelin Station Wet B)
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.

Bon Bon Station (2)

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Site name: Bon Bon Station
Site number: 2
Point numbers: 6 (Bon Bon Dry A), 5 (Bon Bon Wet A), 8 (Bon Bon Dry B), 7 (Bon Bon Wet B)
Ecoregion: Deserts and xeric shrublands
Participant and site owner: Bush Heritage Australia
Site location: Central South Australia
Latitude: -30.490
Longitude: 135.500
Site description: Bon Bon Station Reserve is a former sheep property in the Stony Plains and Gawler Bioregions of South Australia. Bon Bon has diverse vegetation communities and land systems including the buckshot plains, mulga and western myall woodlands, salt bush and blue bush shrub lands, sand dunes and salt lakes.