Donate before June 30 to help us plant 200,000 trees in 2019.

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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


What we do

We connect people with real climate action. Greenfleet's mission is to protect our climate by restoring our forests.

As an environmental non-profit, Greenfleet is the trusted carbon offset provider for thousands of leading organisations, businesses, councils, universities and individuals around Australia and New Zealand. Since 1997, we have planted more than 9.2 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.

Latest News

Greenfleet's Summer newsletter is now available online

Greenfleet's Summer newsletter is now available online

Our latest newsletter is out and is packed with the freshest news from our forests and our supporters! Read about Telstra's 1 million reasons to celebrate, words from our CEO, Christmas gift ideas, the latest news from our forests and more!

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12 Dec 2013

Ardno Bushland Reserve, Vic

Ardno Bushland Reserve, Vic

Watch the latest video from our forests with this stunning example of how, thanks to our amazing supporters, Greenfleet has transformed a bare paddock into a flourishing forest in just 8 years.

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6 Nov 2013

Announcement: Introducing our new CEO

Announcement: Introducing our new CEO

Greenfleet announced today that its board of Directors has named Wayne Wescott as Chief Executive effective Monday September 23, 2013.

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19 Sep 2013

Return to the Watsons Creek Habitat Link

Return to the Watsons Creek Habitat Link

Parks Victoria and Greenfleet invited the community to return to the Watsons Creek Habitat Link - a bushfire recovery project aiming to link Warrandyte State Park with Kinglake National Park.

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14 Aug 2013

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