Our plantings are established on previously cleared private farm land. They  provide habitat for wildlife threatened with extinction as well as providing benefits to the farm.We partner with farmers who are willing to provide their land at no cost to WOODiWiLD to plant trees Рleaving a wonderful legacy for future generations.

In 2021 we will be establishing new plantings in Yarragundry near Wagga Wagga and 3 more in the Willaura-Wickliffe area in NW Victoria.


Woomargama Station

Planted in 2020 - Woomargama Station is a beautiful sustainable grazing property between Holbrook and Albury in southern NSW. Parts of the property which were previously cleared are now being re-forested with WOODiWiLD to provide habitat for native wildlife.

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Karrindee South

Planted in 2018 - Karrindee South is the first micro-forest WOODiWiLD is establishing with support from school and organisation fundraisers and the public. If you would like to help create this new micro-forest, the first of many across Australia - please find the school or organisation you would like to support or simply fund a tree on-line today.

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Planted in 2005 - "Karrindee" was our first new habitat block. We planted 4960 trees, which have now grown into a micro-forest, demonstrating that we can establish new areas for threatened wildlife while continuing to effectively operate a farm.

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Planted in 2007 - "Lothlorien" was the second demonstration planting undertaken by WOODiWiLD just south of Wagga Wagga in south-west NSW. We planted over 16,000 trees at "Lothlorien" to create our first WOODiWiLD biodiversity micro-forest. In just over a decade later the trees are already home to an array of birds, reptiles and mammals.

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Learn about threatened species and the animals in our area that YOU can help save.



Learn about the species of trees we are replanting