Significant Tree Register

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Please note that whilst there are 2,000 significant tree records compiled over 30 years by the National Trusts across Australia, these records are now in the process of being updated by volunteers and loaded into the National Register. The Register of Significant Trees is not a static list of specimens,
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Walkways to Wildlife

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The gift that keeps on giving Help us pave the way for wildlife and order your Walkways for Wildlife personally engraved paver today! A Walkways for Wildlife engraved paver entitles you to have your name, business logo or special message engraved and permanently installed into the pathway leading to Currumbin Wildlife
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Tinker Frogs

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Globally, 1/3 to 1/2 of all amphibian species are threatened with extinction with more than 120 disappearing in recent years. Since 1990, roughly 20% of all known Australian frog species have become threatened in what is becoming known as the greatest extinction since the dinosaurs. Queensland hosts the highest extinction
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Coxens-Fig Parrot

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The Coxen’s Fig-parrot is one of Australia’s most endangered parrots. It is an elusive, small green parrot with large patches of blue above its beak and red-orange cheek patches trimmed with maroon-blue. It has a small tail which gives it an almost stumpy appearance. To the untrained eye, it may
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Glossy Black-Cockatoo

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Glossy Black-cockatoos are the smallest of Australia’s Black-cockatoo species and one of the most threatened. Glossy’s are fussy eaters and forage almost exclusively on the cones of the She-oak (Casuarina and Allocasuarina spp.). They will even bypass trees in full seed to visit a preferred species up to 10km away.
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