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A place for big ideas. We’re all about planting and growing. More than 20,000 endemic plants have been added throughout the site so far including dozens of rare and threatened species. Our landscapes are carefully designed to provide the best habitat opportunities. We regularly witness echidnas, Tasmanian Devils and wombats happily exploring the site. These days our on-site nursery propagates over 10,000 plants annually with native grasses being reintroduced alongside original species that existed prior to European settlement. We’re committed to people, community and culture. Creating a safe and welcoming place for all who work and play here. Together with palawa, pakana and truwana Aboriginal rangers from the Tasmanian Aboriginal Centre and Cape Barren Island, we’ve reintroduced Cultural Burning practices into the site’s extensive natural bushland. Through being ethically and sustainably minded we hope to educate and inspire. To challenge convention and provoke thought. Learn about our current custodian Graeme Wood here.
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Identifications
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Observations
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Species
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People
Top Species
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Cynoglossum australe
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Cirsium vulgare
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Agapanthus praecox
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Cakile maritima
3
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Carpobrotus edulis
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Plantago coronopus
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Dimorphotheca fruticosa
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Dissomorphia australiaria
3
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Poales
2
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Senecio glomeratus
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Top Observers
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mattintas
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cathybyrne
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zoodooguestranger
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simongrove
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markcostello
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mftasp
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acheckers
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jeanniemooney
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jpred
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zoologistmitch
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