Knowledge centre

Research and publications

Establishing Biobank sites on public land A report on the Linking Landscapes through Local Action Grant Program 2012–2015

The project resulted in the establishment and funding of seven new BioBanking agreements on public land within existing corridors in the Sydney Basin bioregion. The new biobank sites are owned by the Shoalhaven, Lake Macquarie, Ku-ring-gai, Gosford, Wollongong, Hornsby and Bankstown councils.

The format and structure of this publication may have been adapted for web delivery.

Page last updated: 31 July 2015