Together we can grow our forests and grow climate hope

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9.2 
million trees
planted

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500 
native forests
created

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3.2
million tonnes of
carbon offsets


About us

Greenfleet is a leading not-for-profit environmental organisation on a mission to protect our climate by restoring our forests.

We plant native biodiverse forests to offset carbon emissions on behalf of our supporters and help fight the impacts of climate change.

Our forests capture millions of tonnes of carbon emissions from our atmosphere, conserve biodiversity, improve water quality, reduce soil erosion and provide vital habitat for native wildlife.

By offsetting your carbon emissions or donating to Greenfleet, you are taking practical climate action.

Latest News

Planting trees for turtles on the eve of World Environment Day

Planting trees for turtles on the eve of World Environment Day

Greenfleet revisited Barolin Nature Reserve to review the progress of its growing forest and to undertake additional tree planting for the Low Glow project, which aims to protect the local sea turtle population. 

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17 Jun 2019

Telstra grows its “green fleet”

Telstra grows its “green fleet”

Telstra and its employees recently reached an exciting milestone with Greenfleet. They have now helped plant more than 1.5 million trees!

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14 Jun 2019

You can still help protect our climate this tax time!

You can still help protect our climate this tax time!

It's never been more urgent to act on climate change, and native reforestation is a key way that we can help the environment. Find out how we're trying to make a difference this end of financial year with our 2019 Tax Appeal. 

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22 May 2019

Forest update: Wurneet Laang Laang and Battery Creek

Forest update: Wurneet Laang Laang and Battery Creek

Some of our team were lucky enough to visit some of our Victorian forests recently. We got an update on how they are growing, and the native wildlife that are now calling them home! 

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22 May 2019

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