Woomargama Station is a beautiful grazing property located between Albury and Holbrook in southern NSW. The property is managed sustainably with livestock management and habitat conservation being practiced hand in hand. There are areas of remnant vegetation protected by conservation covenants and now previously cleared areas are being re-forested through WOODiWiLD plantings to help create corridors for wildlife across the landscape.
You can help us to establish the “Woomargama” and future plantings by funding a tree for yourself or in conjunction with a school fundraiser.
With your support, we will be extending plantings into other areas of NSW and eventually to other States and Territories, establishing corridors and stepping stones in the landscape that provide important refuge for wildlife.
We are working with farmers to re-vegetate areas of their farms that are not productive and are better suited to tree planting, and we will apply the best available science to ensure our plantings are effective habitat for the local and migratory threatened species. Holbrook Landcare Network are initially assisting us to identify the best areas to re-vegetate in South West NSW.
Check out our planting videos taken in August 2020 here :
Total Trees Planted
Woomargama Station is located in southern New South Wales, near Holbrook.