Patanga is a National Park's and Wildlife Service registered wildlife refuge. In becoming a wildlife refuge we are making a public declaration of our commitment to the protection of our endangered and/or diminishing local flora and fauna.

Patanga is divided into three main areas:

Patanga was a cattle, corn and potato growing property until the early 1970’s. It has also been logged at various times. Its full history is unclear. What we do know is that the regeneration areas have been regenerating for at least 30 years.

The biodiversity breakdown of Patanga is as follows:

Our aim is to:

On a day to day basis, this involves: