Landscape Legacies

Enhancing Grey Box Grassy Woodlands

The Goulburn Broken Catchment Management Authority Landscape Legacies Project is seeking Expressions of Interest from eligible landholders who wish to protect and enhance Grey Box Grassy Woodland habitat in Yorta Yorta and Taungurung Country of the Goulburn Broken catchment.

Minimum eligibility requirements:
• Site/s located in the Goulburn Broken catchment project area (white area on map below);
• Contain components of existing Grey Box Grassy Woodland habitat such as trees, shrubs and/or native grassy ground layer;
• Minimum of five hectares. Corridors 40 metres or wider;
• Agree to implement a 10-year Management Plan specific for your site (e.g. pest plant and animal control, fencing, revegetation).

Potential funding
Financial assistance and support may be provided for the following on-ground works, depending on site requirements:
• Revegetation (preferably direct seeding) and/or:
• Fencing to manage stock access.

Environmental benefits
Protecting Grey Box Grassy Woodland habitat provides multiple benefits for the environment:
• Shelter, a food resource and landscape connectivity for native fauna;
• Habitat for native pollinating insects;
• Improved ecosystem health.

Landholders, complete the Landscape Legacies Project Expression of Interest form by 7 June 2024 or contact Carolena Helderman at GMLN for more information on 0408 618 204 or email

NB. This is an initial Expression of Interest and further discussion / site visit / approval and signed landholder agreement is required prior to any funding approval or commencement of works.

Project Area:

This project is funded by the Australian Government Natural Heritage Trust and delivered by the Goulburn Broken CMA,
a member of the Commonwealth Regional Delivery Partners panel.