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Join the Partnership For The Outback

The future of the WA Outback depends on people to manage its lands, so it can continue to thrive.

Removing barriers for Outback landholders and supporting investment in diverse and sustainable projects like carbon and tourism, and investing in conservation, restoration of natural productivity and land management will have big benefits for nature and people in the Outback.


When it comes to standing up for our Outback, and convincing the government to act, numbers count. Join with us, help write the next chapter of our Outback story, and breathe a new lease of life into the heart of our state.

The Outback Needs Your Help

Join the 28190 people who are standing up for the Outback