Little Liverpool Range Initiative
Wednesday 22 November
5.30 pm to 9.00 pm
Single Tickets $25.00
Couple Tickets $40.00
Held in the Cunningham Room
Presented by Ipswich City Council and The Gainsdale Group
The Little Liverpool Range, Located just 40 minutes from the Ipswich CBD, is considered an important wildlife corridor, providing habitat for a number of significant species including the Glossy-Black Cockatoo, Powerful Owl, Brush Tailed Rock Wallaby, Little Pied Bat and Slender Milk Vine. The Little Liverpool Range also provides a linkage between the Main Range National Park and the Great Eastern Ranges.
To discuss the importance of connected wildlife corridors, such as the Little Liverpool Range and Great Eastern Ranges, and to hear how the Little Liverpool Range Initiative is bringing people and organisations together to deliver cross-border connectivity conservation, the Ipswich City Council and The Gainsdale Group will be hosting an event with guest speakers:
- Harvey Locke – An internationally renowned pioneer for conservation on a landscape scale, including private lands. Co-founder and Strategic Advisor to the Yellowstone to Yukon Conservation Initiative, which was formed with the goal to create a continuous wildlife corridor between the two locations.
- Bob Debus – Former politician and current Chairman of The Great Eastern Ranges Initiative, which was formed to link and restore habitats over 3600km from western Victoria to Far North Queensland
The cocktail function, presented by Ipswich City Council and The Gainsdale Group, will be held in the Cunningham Room.