Research & Information


The Hinterland Bush Links project area extends from the Sunshine Coast inland to Nanango, north to Gympie and south to Caboolture. Some Key features within this region are the Blackall and Conondale ranges, the Glasshouse Mountains, Bribie Island, and the catchments of the Mary, Stanley, Maroochy, Mooloolah and upper Brisbane Rivers. Find out more


Indigenous Knowledge

Indigenous people prospered in the rich environment of the Sunshine Coast Hinterland for thousands of years. They still carry extensive knowledge of the landscape, geology, plants and animals, and how they relate to each other from season to season.

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Connectivity Science

National Parks provide important core areas to protect native plants and animals. But research has shown that connecting remaining bushland is critical to the survival of many species and ecosystems.

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Threatened Species & Ecosystems

The Sunshine Coast Hinterland is a national hotspot for diversity of native plants and animals. Clearing of bushland and invasion of what remains by weeds and feral animals, threaten the survival of many species.

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