A showcase of eight wonderful habitat gardens
in the Albury-Wodonga area
Tawny frogmouths huddled on your Hills hoist. Blue-banded bees buzzing in your dianella. Echidnas stopping for a bath in your backyard.
It’s magic moments like these that spur many gardeners to create more habitat for wildlife in their gardens. Aside from bringing joy and delight to human residents, habitat gardens can play a critical role in preserving wildlife species by providing stepping stones between parks, reserves and wildlife corridors.
This colourful photo book showcases eight wonderful habitat gardens in the Albury-Wodonga area. Novice green thumbs and experienced wildlife gardeners alike will find inspiration and tips for attracting more wildlife to their patch in the story of each garden’s transformation.
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Local libraries with hard copies of the book for loan include Wodonga, Albury, Lavington, Beechworth, Yackandandah, Rutherglen and Tallangatta.
Gardens for Wildlife Albury-Wodonga is an initiative of Wodonga Urban Landcare Network.
We support residents to provide habitat in their garden for local wildlife, and to work together to create wildlife corridors across our community.
This project has been supported by the North East Catchment Management Authority’s Bush for Birds project through funding from the Australian Government’s National Landcare Program, by the Victorian Government as part of the Victorian Landcare Grants Program, and by the Rotary Club of Albury-Wodonga Sunrise Inc, Rotary Club of Albury West, Rotary Club of Wodonga West and Rotary Club of Belvoir-Wodonga.