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Together, Outback supporters have achieved a lot. We convinced government to start carbon farming in the Outback. We helped save the Schools of the Air. Now, it's up to us to make sure government delivers for people and nature by creating a rangelands lease.

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  • Wooleen Lake at Wooleen Station, north east of Geraldton in Outback WA.
  • 3 mile lagoon at Gnaraloo Station.
  • Wooleen Station, in the Murchison region of Outback WA.
  • Michael Clinch at Nallan Station during his 18 years managing the station. Photo: Kerry Trapnell
  • Nallan Station - beautiful country in the heart of WA's Outback. Photo: Kerry Trapnell
  • Charles Darwin Reserve is a former pastoral station now managed for conservation by Bush Heritage Australia. Photo: Kerry Trapnell
  • Wooleen Lake at Wooleen Station, north east of Geraldton in Outback WA.
  • Rivergum, beefwood and mulga trees crowd close at Pingandy Station.
  • Luke Bayley of Bush Heritage Australia, at Charles Darwin Reserve. Photo: Kerry Trapnell
  • Nallan Station in WA's Mid West. Photo: Kerry Trapnell
  • Charles Darwin Reserve, located in a biodiversity hotspot at the border of the wheatbelt and the Outback. Photo: Kerry Trapnell
  • Major Mitchell's Cockatoos at Wooleen Station.
  • Theda Station in the North Kimberley. Photo: Henry Cook
  • Pink mulla mulla during winter at Pingandy Station.
  • Theda Station. Photo: Henry Cook
  • Coastal camping at Gnaraloo Station, south of Coral Bay.
  • 3 mile camp on the coast at Gnaraloo Station.
  • At Nallan Station, in the Mid West region of WA's Outback. Photo: Kerry Trapnell
  • Charles Darwin Reserve, managed by Bush Heritage Australia. Photo: Kerry Trapnell
  • Pingandy Creek, one of the gems of Pingandy Station, south of Paraburdoo in the Upper Gascoyne.
  • Sunset at Theda. Photo: Henry Cook
  • Theda Station in the North Kimberley. Photo: Henry Cook
  • Coastal camping at Gnaraloo Station, south of Coral Bay.

Our Outback is an amazing place, but what makes it special is at risk.