We have hosted 34 ‘Who’s living on my land?’ workshops mostly over South Eastern NSW since 2013 for more than 500 landholders.


To participate in the ‘Who’s living on my land?’ you need to attend a workshop to learn how to use the infrared cameras. These workshops are generally best suited for regional properties larger than 2 hectares.

If we have not currently planned a workshop near you, please put your name on a waiting list and we’ll contact you if we plan one near you later.

Future Workshops

Taralga ‘Who’s Living on My Land?’ workshop

When: Friday 27th March 2020, 4pm – 6pm.

In light of the risks involved in face-to-face group workshops due to COVID-19 this workshop will no longer take place in Taralga War Memorial Hall.

Instead, the workshop will take place via a webinar.

After watching the webinar landholders will receive an infrared camera and an opportunity to have a one-on-one video chat to be guided through setting up the camera.

You will be able to borrow the camera for a few days before posting it back – as we believe hands on experience is the best way to learn.

More information about the logistics of the Taralga ‘Who’s Living on My Land?’ workshop will be released over the next few days. Please watch this space.

Waiting List

No workshops near you? Sign up to our waiting list and we’ll let you know when we plan a new workshop near by.