The Regent Honeyeater project aims to:
- increase the population of several threatened species in the Lurg Hills particularly the Regent Honeyeater, Grey Crowned Babbler, Squirrel Glider and Brush-tailed Phascogale;
- protect and restore all significant remnants of Box/Ironbark habitat in the project area;
- boost ecosystem resilience in the face of climate change, through an active revegetation program and creating strategic habitat links;
- initiate educational opportunities for landholders, schools, universities and community volunteer groups, aiming to develop awareness, understanding, skills and commitment to threatened species habitat restoration; and
- encourage biological research projects, to quantify the flora and fauna benefits of the restoration work.