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 committed to protecting our climate by restoring our forests.

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

These 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

5 Minutes with Drieli from Ethical Gallery

5 Minutes with Drieli from Ethical Gallery

Ethical Gallery is an online boutique that connects customers with cruelty-free fashion choices by stocking a range of vegan handbags and minimising their environmental impact in all areas of their business. 

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7 Nov 2018

5 minutes with Rebecca, a Greenfleet champion

5 minutes with Rebecca, a Greenfleet champion

Early this year, Rebecca joined our like-minded community by making her first carbon emission offset with Greenfleet. We recently caught up with her to learn more about her environmental goals and to find out what inspired her to join our community. 

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30 Oct 2018

We’re headed back to Bundaberg!

We’re headed back to Bundaberg!

Greenfleet is excited to announce that we’re heading back up to Bundaberg for the next phase of the Low Glow project!

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25 Oct 2018

Corymbia Farm – home to “one of the rarest and most extraordinary” creatures

Corymbia Farm – home to “one of the rarest and most extraordinary” creatures

After years of grazing, we're transforming a private property in Gippsland, Victoria back to native bush and protecting habitat for one of the rarest animals in the world.

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23 Oct 2018

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