Dedicated to the protection
and improvement

of Australia’s most unique ecosystems including Calperum Station in South Australia and Strathfieldsaye Estate in Victoria.

Australian Landscape Trust

Award winning organisation

Our team of ecologists, rangers and supporters are helping to restore natural resources across more than 330,000 hectares of these precious landscapes. As well as our ecological work, Calperum Station provides a world-class learning environment for educational groups and accommodation options for those wanting to stay. The trust relies on donations, gifts and bequests to fund the various programs and works undertaken that build ecological sustainability and empower local communities.  To support our projects with tax deductible donations, please contact us to answer any questions.

Our Locations

Explore what's
on offer

ALT manages two substantial operations – Calperum and Taylorville Stations in the Riverland, South Australia and Strathfieldsaye in East Gippsland Victoria. We provide world class educational experiences as well as volunteering and engagement opportunities for those with a passion for the unique Australian environment.  

We gratefully appreciate all support provided

There are a number of ways you can support the ongoing research, restoration and environmental protection efforts at Calperum Station and Strathfieldseye Estate. 

01

Stay.

There is plenty to do at Calperum Station; book a stay and soak up the beautiful surroundings. 

02

Learn.

Our world class education programs are facilitated by qualified ecologists and our dedicated ranger team, in the best outdoor classroom that nature has to offer.

03

Support.

We are a not for profit, charitable organisation.  All donations are gratefully appreciated and tax deductible. 

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Our news

Volunteers busy at Strathfieldsaye

Once again the Strathfieldsaye volunteers have been hard at work at the property. Read about their much appreciated progress here: https://alt.org.au/wp-content/uploads/2022/01/8-Newsletter-December-2021.pdf

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