The Wild Mountains Trust is an independent, community focussed, non-profit organisation providing leadership in environmental education and conservation.

The Trust has acquired land south of Rathdowney adjoining the World Heritage Border Ranges National Park for a nature reserve and venue for education. On this magnificent site a world class Centre is being built. Here, using the unique purpose-built residential facility, quality experiential environmental education for the whole community will be provided.

In subtropical and eucalypt forests participants will have the opportunity to discover an amazing natural world. At the same time Wild Mountains can reinforce its educational programs with examples of renewable power generation.

We at Wild Mountains recognise the traditional owners, the Midginberri tribe of the Yugambeh language group who lived in this area for many thousands of years. As present custodians we acknowledge their culture and story and endeavour to the best of our abilities to nurture this land for future generations.

 

 

 

Recent News

Published:
Thursday, November 15, 2018

 We had a bunch of Poets on our last camp and some gorgeous words came out. So many in fact we couldn't get to hear them all! Gleneagle state school tells us they will take them back to school to write into a class journal. We had mainly wet magic spots, these can be sometimes a challenge at the end of a big day. Then this...

Published:
Thursday, November 15, 2018

We welcomed "The World as I am" a few weekends ago to help do some good works. The works included the removal of Lantana, most of which will be manually removed, some required cut and painting. Then they helped remove other weeds on site and treated them in accordance to best environmental practices.

The World As I Am is a company consisting of motivated members...

Published:
Thursday, November 15, 2018

Lucky had been looking rather thin and sluggish and Richard spotted tics on her. 

Ticks and mites are the most common external parasites found on snakes and can pose a real threat to the health of a snake. Ticks feed on blood...

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