Stunning before and after pictures of a Greenfleet native forests
 Greenfleet has planted over 8.5 million native trees since 1997Since 1997, Greenfleet has restored 400+ biodiverse forestsGreenfleet is a native reforestation and climate change expert since 1997Greenfleet is enabling to offset over 2 million tonnes of carbonGreenfleet is the partner of choice for thousands of Australians and organisations

What we do

Greenfleet is the trusted carbon offset provider for thousands of leading organisations, businesses, councils, universities and individuals around Australia and New Zealand.

As a non-profit, we are dedicated to connecting people with real climate action. Since 1997, we have planted more than 8.6 million native trees to restore forests and offset carbon emissions on behalf of our supporters.

As they grow, our native forests capture carbon pollution from the atmosphere, provide vital habitat to native wildlife, conserve biodiversity and generate resilience to climate change in the landscape.

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Greenfleet's 2015 Annual Review

Greenfleet's 2015 Annual Review

Our 2015 Annual Review is now live! Have a look and see a summary of Greenfleet's operations last year.
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Before & After photos of one of our forests in the Kosciuszko National Park

Before & After photos of one of our forests in the Kosciuszko National Park

See what this place, Humes Crossing in the Kosciuszko National Park, looked like 8 years ago and what it looks like today!
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Welcome to new supporter Splend!

Welcome to new supporter Splend!

We're excited to welcome Splend in our circle of supporters! The Aussie start-up offsets its vehicle fleet with Greenfleet's reforestation program, providing customers with 100% carbon offset vehicles to rent.

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Rebuilding a home for the iconic koalas

Rebuilding a home for the iconic koalas

This year, we’re thrilled to partner with Queensland Trust for Nature to help the koalas in south-east Queensland and grow a forest for them!

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