Nature Glenelg Trust (NGT) is an apolitical, not-for-profit organisation that was created by a group of professionally trained ecologists and commenced operations in January 2012. Our focus is on working closely with others to protect and restore ecosystems, with a focus on aquatic ecosystems (wetlands, rivers and streams).
Join Nature Glenelg Trust ecologists, Traditional Custodians and other partners as we explore projects protecting threatened fish and restoring Fleurieu Swamps.
Let’s explore restored woodlands, home to the south-eastern Red-tailed Black-cockatoo and many other woodland bird species, at NGT’s Eaglehawk Waterhole Restoration Reserve, Bangham.
Come along and immerse yourself in wetlands restored in 2016 and 2023 at NGT’s Mt Burr Swamp Restoration Reserve, home to nationally threatened species of fish, frogs, birds and mammals.
Experience NGT’s coastal wetland restoration project at Long Swamp, and then take a rare look at grassland restoration behind the new predator-proof fence at NGT’s Mt Vandyke Restoration Reserve.
End the ‘Grand Tour’ at the major community event celebrating the recent addition of 390 acres to NGT’s Walker Swamp Restoration Reserve, part of a spectacular wetland complex adjoining Grampians National Park.