The Great Eastern Ranges Initiative aims to maintain, improve and reconnect 'islands' of natural vegetation along the great eastern ranges. These ranges extend for 2800km from the Australian Alps north of Melbourne, west to the Atherton Tablelands, and north of Cairns in far north Queensland.
Kosciuszko 2 Coast (K2C) is a community partnership aiming to reconnect isolated woodlands and grasslands in an east-west band between Kosciuszko and Namadgi National Parks and the coastal forests of the Far South Coast.
Gondwana Link is a corridor program linking habitats in south-western Australia, from the karri forest of the SW corner to the woodlands and mallee bordering the Nullarbor Plain.
seeks to restore the links between major national parks and nature reserves over a 700km stretch straddling the SA, NSW and Victorian border region, at longitude 141. This region includes magnificent habitats such as the Grampians, the floodplains of the Coorong and the Murray River.
is the South Australian Government's initiative to conserve their plants and animals by managing and restoring large areas of habitat as biodiversity corridors across South Australia. Five landscape-scale corridors are being developed across the state: Arid Lands NatureLink, Cape Borda to Barossa NatureLink, East meets West NatureLink, Flinders-Olary NatureLink, and the River Murray-Coorong NatureLink.
The Northern Territory Government has recently announced it is developing a 2000km long conservation corridor, stretching from the Top End to Central Australia, linking major national parks in the region. This is a major milestone in the NT's Territory Eco-link initiative. The first area to be brought in under the plan will be the 1274km2 Fish River Gorge Block, south of the Daly River, which is home to at least 120 Rainforest Species of plants and animals. This is the first of six key links that will join up conservation areas to create Eco-Link.