NSW biodiversity offsets registration form

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Landowners within 100 kilometres of the proposed Inland Rail route in NSW are invited to contact us about protecting native vegetation on their property through a Biodiversity Stewardship Site. We are looking to purchase biodiversity credits to offset the impacts from construction of the Inland Rail projects in NSW.

View the NSW bioregions map and see if your property fits the description.

We will get in touch with all landowners who register their interest. This may take us a little while, since we are receiving a large number of responses. We appreciate your patience.

Benefits to landholders entering a Biodiversity Stewardship Site and selling credits to Inland Rail include:

  • guaranteed, regular payments to manage the site
  • reimbursement of opportunity costs for the site
  • Inland Rail support with ecological investigations and registering the site
  • incorporating conservation into long-term management and control of your land.

We are seeking properties that contain native grasslands, particularly:

  • Queensland Bluegrass with or without Mitchell Grass grassland on cracking clay floodplains and alluvial plains mainly the northern-eastern Darling Riverine Plains Bioregion (Moree Plains)
  • Liverpool Plains grassland mainly on basaltic black earth soils, Brigalow Belt South Bioregion (Quirindi to Boggabri)
  • Bluegrass - Redleg Grass - Common Woodruff clay plain grassland of northern Brigalow Belt South Bioregion (north of Narrabri)
  • Plains Grass - Bluegrass grassland of the Nandewar and Brigalow Belt South Bioregion (north of Narromine)
  • Slender Bamboo Grass - Spiny Saltbush grassland of the Brigalow Belt South Bioregion (north of Narromine)
  • Derived (trees have been previously cleared) tussock grassland of the central western plains and lower slopes of NSW
  • Derived (trees have been previously cleared) wiregrass grassland of the NSW Brigalow Belt South Bioregion and Nandewar Bioregion (north of Narromine).

Please fill out the form below to register your interest. We will get in touch with all landowners who register their interest. This may take us a little while, since we are receiving a large number of responses. We appreciate your patience.

Landowners within 100 kilometres of the proposed Inland Rail route in NSW are invited to contact us about protecting native vegetation on their property through a Biodiversity Stewardship Site. We are looking to purchase biodiversity credits to offset the impacts from construction of the Inland Rail projects in NSW.

View the NSW bioregions map and see if your property fits the description.

We will get in touch with all landowners who register their interest. This may take us a little while, since we are receiving a large number of responses. We appreciate your patience.

Benefits to landholders entering a Biodiversity Stewardship Site and selling credits to Inland Rail include:

  • guaranteed, regular payments to manage the site
  • reimbursement of opportunity costs for the site
  • Inland Rail support with ecological investigations and registering the site
  • incorporating conservation into long-term management and control of your land.

We are seeking properties that contain native grasslands, particularly:

  • Queensland Bluegrass with or without Mitchell Grass grassland on cracking clay floodplains and alluvial plains mainly the northern-eastern Darling Riverine Plains Bioregion (Moree Plains)
  • Liverpool Plains grassland mainly on basaltic black earth soils, Brigalow Belt South Bioregion (Quirindi to Boggabri)
  • Bluegrass - Redleg Grass - Common Woodruff clay plain grassland of northern Brigalow Belt South Bioregion (north of Narrabri)
  • Plains Grass - Bluegrass grassland of the Nandewar and Brigalow Belt South Bioregion (north of Narromine)
  • Slender Bamboo Grass - Spiny Saltbush grassland of the Brigalow Belt South Bioregion (north of Narromine)
  • Derived (trees have been previously cleared) tussock grassland of the central western plains and lower slopes of NSW
  • Derived (trees have been previously cleared) wiregrass grassland of the NSW Brigalow Belt South Bioregion and Nandewar Bioregion (north of Narromine).

Please fill out the form below to register your interest. We will get in touch with all landowners who register their interest. This may take us a little while, since we are receiving a large number of responses. We appreciate your patience.

  • All information will be kept confidential. If you would prefer to register your interest and provide information over the phone, please contact us via phone 1800 732 761 (24 hours, 7 days) or email irnswbiooffsets@ARTC.com.au.

    All information will be kept confidential. If you would prefer to register your interest and provide information over the phone, please contact us via phone 1800 732 761 (24 hours, 7 days) or email irnswbiooffsets@ARTC.com.au.

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