The Great Victoria Desert

Biodiversity Trust

FOR ALL OF US

The Great Victoria Desert Biodiversity Trust is an environmental initiative which seeks to enhance the biodiversity in the Great Victoria Desert through on-ground management and increasing ecological knowledge, especially by working with Traditional Owners

The Great Victoria Desert Biodiversity Trust acknowledges and respects the land of Indigenous people across the region, including Elders past and present.

“Always Was, Always Will Be”

Our Largest Desert
422,465 km²

The Great Victoria Desert is Australia’s largest desert, covering an area of 422 465.64 km² within Western Australia and
South Australia.

Limited research and surveys have been conducted due to vast distances, inaccessibility and the high costs of mobilising people and equipment.

What we do

Partnerships

Working with Traditional Owner groups and the research community

Managing Habitats

Spatial mapping and landscape trials happening in the GVD

Community Support

Supporting Indigenous rangers to attend NRM and Indigenous forums and manage country

Threatened Species

Surveys and adaptive management plans for threatened species

Reports

Publicly available desktop studies, field surveys and initiatives

We have the energy to impact our future & we’re doing something about it.

The Trust represents a new structure of offset delivery and operates as a unique partnership model between industry and government.

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Our Partnerships