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Adjoining Lang Lang River in South Gippsland, this project aims to create a considerable biodiversity linkage by connecting to Greenfleet’s establishing forest at Wurneet Laang Laang. This revegetation work will provide critical habitat for the Swift Parrot and Strzelecki Koala. It is also a restoration opportunity for the critically endangered Strzelecki Gum (Eucalyptus strzeleckii), a tree species endemic to this unique area.
Located an hour north of Adelaide on the lands of the Ngarrindjeri people, the project at Bull Creek is restoring the Peppermint Box Grassy Woodland ecosystem. This critically endangered ecosystem is home to more than 70 species of birds and other wildlife, some of which are rare and endangered.
Located in Central Victoria, this site was previously cleared for grazing. Across this property, Greenfleet will be restoring Low Rise Grassy Woodland, a vegetation community listed as vulnerable. While delivering climate action, this forest will build and extend habitat for species such as the Squirrel Glider, Regent Honeyeater and Brush-tailed Phascogale.
Located north-west of Brisbane, Greenfleet will return in 2023 to continue the restoration of the riparian and floodplain ecosystems across this large property. With existing koalas confirmed on the property, this work will extend habitat for the species listed as endangered in Queensland. The native restoration along Ivory Creek will also improve water quality and reduce erosion in this section of the Brisbane River catchment.
Located in Boolarra South, this property will build on Greenfleet’s work in the Gippsland region. Previously cleared for grazing, this property will be revegetated to deliver climate action and create wildlife habitat. Species that will benefit from this work include koalas, the Swift Parrot, Gang-gang Cockatoo, and Greater Glider, an endangered species that has been heavily impacted by land clearing.
Located west of Cairns within the Mareeba Tropical Savanna and Wetlands Reserve, this project is re-establishing the natural ecosystem found in the region. This restoration project began in 2023 and will continue over the coming years. Species planted so far include Brown Salwood (Acacia mangium) and Large-Fruit Mahogany (Eucalyptus pellita) which will be critical in forming the forest canopy.
Building on Greenfleet’s work in the Gippsland region, this revegetation project will extend habitat for a confirmed population of koalas on the property. Situated on land traditionally owned by the Boon Wurrung people, this region is also home to wombats and Eastern Grey Kangaroos.