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For thousands of years, the health of the environment in Western Australia’s Outback has depended on people continuing to carefully manage the landscape - but that balance has become increasingly threatened as people have moved away from our Outback.

By creating incentives for diverse and sustainable land uses in the Outback, investing in national parks, working with Indigenous Rangers, restoring productivity and supporting carbon farming, we can all be part of the solution to protect this unique landscape.

The Outback belongs to every West Australian. Together we can turn things around and breathe new life into the Outback, protecting it for future generations.

Support the Outback, help write the next chapter of our Outback story - one that supports people, jobs and nature.

The Partnership:

Wild Flower
Brush Heritage

The Outback Needs Your Help

Join the 36334 people who are standing up for the Outback