Farm bought to help protect Victoria's endangered faunal emblems

Chris McLennan
By Chris McLennan
Updated May 25 2022 - 3:59am, first published May 24 2022 - 4:00am
FARM BUY: Cattle have been removed to protect habitat for the critically endangered Helmeted Honeyeater. Picture: Trust for Nature.

The Victorian government has bought farmland on the outskirts of Melbourne to help protect the habitat of the state's endangered faunal emblems.


Chris McLennan

Chris McLennan

National Rural Property Writer

ACM national rural property writer based in Bacchus Marsh, Victoria. Career journalist. Multi award winner.

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