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This is Wurneet Laang Laang – Greenfleet’s first property in Victoria

This is Wurneet Laang Laang – Greenfleet’s first property in Victoria

Drum roll please… Welcome to Wurneet Laang Laang; the first Greenfleet owned property in Victoria and another carbon sequestering, native forest is taking shape.

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19 Oct 2016

Before & After - Greenfleet's forest at Serendip Sanctuary

Before & After - Greenfleet's forest at Serendip Sanctuary

Serendip Sanctuary will have you inhaling fresh air, spotting local animals' and getting wonderfully lost throughout the landscape. The sanctuary, just south of Melbourne, Vic, is a magnificent mix of open grassy woodlands and wetlands. For several years, we had the challenge of restoring 31 hectares.

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16 Sep 2016

South Gippsland, then and now and soon to be

South Gippsland, then and now and soon to be

In 1999, Greenfleet partnered with South Gippsland Water to restore biodiverse forests on their land. To date more than 100,000 native trees have been planted around three reservoirs in South Gippsland, Victoria: Battery Creek, Western Reservoir and Hyland Reservoir.

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15 Sep 2016

Volunteers braved the rain to plant native trees

Volunteers braved the rain to plant native trees

Greenfleet supporters from Disney, Europcar, Global Ballooning, Kings Transport and Telstra traded in their work shirts and city shoes for fluoro vests and gum boots to plant native Australian trees throughout the National Park.

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23 Aug 2016

Before & After – Devilbend Natural Features Reserve, many years in the making

Before & After – Devilbend Natural Features Reserve, many years in the making

Once a reservoir supplying Melbournian’s with water, Devilbend Reservoir now spends its days as the largest inland water body on the Mornington Peninsula providing habitat to native animals and opportunities for recreation (the ones with nature kind).

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22 Aug 2016

“My dream is finally in motion!”

“My dream is finally in motion!”

It’s not every day we get to make dreams come true. But Emma’s dream is now growing on her farm, in Gippsland, Victoria, after we planted 30,000 native trees at Glorious Googies in June this year.

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21 Jul 2016

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