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.

UP COMING EVENTS

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MAR-

Members General Meeting 18th *not a member yet but want to find out more? Email lizz@wildmountains.org ,

Wild Water Celebration 22nd

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APR-

VW 27/28/29,

Earthkeepers ,

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We'd love to see you , drop us a line.

Recent News

Published:
Thursday, November 21, 2013

My fundraising journey started a few months ago with thinking of how I could get people to look at their everyday actions, grab people attention and lets face it have some fun... 

our environment the amount of water, resources and consumption involved in the personal care industry is staggering. So the first big thing I thought of was great I can shave my head and sell my hair. Great.But if I was to think about it my passion for our oceans and the book I authored “ Stars Linger” they really show that I have had this in my mind for years.

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Published:
Thursday, November 21, 2013

Solar power is the most environmentally friendly and cost effective alternative for Wild Mountains to get power to Whiptail.

WHat is it all about?

Wild Mountains creates a space to change in the environment. Change is not about telling people what to do, or how to be, but instead allowing them to reflect on their own lives, the bigger picture and their place in it. We all need to recognize that our daily activities andactions impact our environment. 

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Published:
Sunday, November 17, 2013

Whiptail... how the months rush past before you realise where you are and that you haven’t shared any of the excitement of the project with those who can’t make it to the mountain.

So where to begin ...  Thank you all those hands that have gone into this project so far! Bell, Owen and Azuren Noonan, Jon Adermann, Oliver Clasper, Peter Coveney, Rob May, Emma Browne, Luke Reade, Rob Peagram, Kyle, Olrich, Kendra Naderi, Janette Young, Taj Jackson, Louisa Gee, Daisy Kirk, Ned Hill, Neil Hills, ISV 1,2,&3, Jamie, Julie, Bert, David, Merwin, Rob Peagram, John Robinson, Richard, Susan and Asher, and all the friendly work people like Barry backhoe, Joe and Sam Grodecki, John Cockburn. Please accept my apologise if you should be on this list, I'd love to put you there, let me know of any errors because without our volunteers the Whiptail project would still be just a dream....or a muddy hole in the ground...

Well they say...

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