Two farm dams on this property are being fenced out and restored as wetland habitats. Some supplementary planting of tube-stock will occur to increase plant diversity and the exclusion of stock should also enable remnant indigenous species present on the site to reproduce. The project aims to provide improved water quality and valuable habitat for local frogs and waterbirds. It will also provide valuable cover for other local fauna moving from the surrounding forest to drink in the sheltered environment. A link to adjoining areas of native forest will also be incorporated into the project, to encourage and allow safe movement of species as well as being of benefit for the stock and pastures on the property by acting as a shelterbelt, providing shade and filtering the winds.