Gunduwa Regional Conservation Association will work collaboratively to achieve conservation initiatives, whilst developing local employment, productivity and enhancing biodiversity and sustainability across the region.
By 2020, Gunduwa will build regional collaboration and increase investment in conservation and land management at landscape scale – working across properties, sectors, community and ecological systems.
Gunduwa will significantly influence conservation research and practice.
Gunduwa will generate work and broad-based investment opportunities across sectors and work with the community to manage, protect and sustain our natural landscapes more effectively.
Gunduwa will take a big-picture perspective, working with others to develop local employment, encourage creative community engagement and contribute to the productivity of rural and remote communities.