Our Purpose

We're genuinely committed to our environment

Every drop of Banrock Station goes into conserving the planet. Over the last 20 years, we've contributed to over 130 projects across 13 countries, from maintaining our wetlands in the Riverland to protecting the turtles in the Great Barrier Reef to supporting polar bear and orangutan rehabilitation, and we are continuing to support causes that are important for you and the environment. Our most recent commitment to partner with Landcare Australia will result in 100,000 native trees & shrubs being planted each year. We’ve humbly given $6 million to conserving this planet! But we’re not stopping there because we truly believe... Every drop matters.
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What we're doing

Partnering with Landcare Australia, we will plant 100,000 native trees and shrubs each year.

For more than 25 years, we have reinvested profits from every bottle of Banrock Station sold to protecting and preserving the planet.

Banrock Station is much more than a winery, but also wetlands spreading over 1000 hectares. The wetlands provide a haven for over 17,000 native plants, animals and threatened birdlife. The wetlands also act as a carbon capture helping produce clean air and reduce climate change.

Now, we’re partnering with Landcare Australia to plant natives trees and shrubs, creating habitats for Australian wildlife and communities to enjoy while removing harmful carbon from the atmosphere for generations to come.

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Investing in healthy landscapes is important for our environment as trees and shrubs cycle the oxygen we breathe, filter the water we drink, provide habitat for iconic and endangered wildlife, and sequester carbon, all while supporting the wellbeing of local communities too.
Dr Shane Norrish, CEO at Landcare Australia

How it started

From restoring our wetlands in 1995

We’ve been partnered with Landcare Australia since 1995, when together we restored 1,000 hectares of internationally important wetlands at Banrock Station’s home in the Riverland. Restoring and protecting these wetlands led to their listing as a Ramsar Wetland of International Importance in 2002. 

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What we've achieved

To 25 years of global environment impact

Our ongoing commitment is demonstrated through the Banrock Station Environmental Trust; whereby a portion of profits from every sale are reinvested to supporting conservation projects around the world. 

Projects have ranged from focusing on protecting specific endangered species, to conserving and restoring the natural landscape for the benefit fo multiple species of plants and animals.

Thanks to your help, we’ve been able to donate more than 6 million dollars to over 130 environmental projects across 13 countries.

Some of our projects include

  • Research to support polar bears - PBI

    Banrock Station sponsored Polar Bears International’s work by supporting their scientific research to inform and educate the public to inspire the actions necessary to preserve the species and its habitat.
  • Maintain the Mai Po wetlands - WWF Hong Kong

    Banrock Station’s sponsorship helped to manage the Mai Po Wetlands maintain and increase the diversity of habitats and native wildlife that is appropriate for South China’s coastal wetlands.
  • Elephant habitat conservation - Asian Elephant Foundation

    In Malaysia, Banrock Station’s donation helped to rescue and translocate elephants from palm oil plantations to the Central Sabah Managed Elephant Range.
  • Conserving fresh water habitats - Nova Scotia Nature Trust

    Banrock Station partnered with Nature Trust in Canada to conserve fresh water habitats and species through permanent land conservation and to promote responsible habitat stewardship.
  • Rehabitating orangutans - Orangutan Appeal UK

    Banrock Station’s sponsorship helped to rehabilitate four baby orangutans for a year. The care and maintenance of the four adoptive babies are with the objective that they can be successfully released into the wild at the end of the adoption period if possible.
  • Supporting red squirrels - National Trust UK

    Banrock Station supported the red squirrels, carrying out population surveys to monitor numbers and health of populations, coupled with installation of species-specific feeders & habitat improvement conservation in areas where they are under pressure from invading grey squirrels.
  • Elephant Habitat Conservation and Extension

    In Thailand, the “Bring the Elephant Home” project aims to conserve and extend the elephant’s habitat by planting 200,000 seedlings to create a mosaic of grasslands and lush forest that accommodates the needs of the elephants.
  • Rivers to Reef to Turtles research initiative - WWF Australia

    Banrock Station partnered with WWF Australia to support pioneering research to protect the Great Barrier Reef and the marine turtles that call it home. A four-year program that identified and measured the key pollutants in rivers, the Great Barrier Reef and in green turtles themselves.