The Great Western Woodlands is the largest unfragmented woodland left on earth. It is vast, beautiful and unprotected. The GWW has remained home to a remarkable richness and diversity of plant and animal life. With over 3,300 flowering plant species, there are more native plants in the Great Western Woodlands than in the whole of Canada!
This is a great opportunity to learn more about the GWW, why it’s under threat, and how you can help preserve it for all Australians.