Jardwadjali & Djabwurung Country 

This site is adjacent to the northern part of the Grampians National Park in Victoria, Previously cleared for sheep and cattle grazing, it will now be restored to protected native forest. With some remnant native vegetation already present on the site, Greenfleet will work to restore the cleared areas and bolster the existing ecosystems with ground cover species.  

In total, up to 100 hectares will be revegetated at this site to conserve biodiversity and extend habitat for native wildlife. The property adjoins Mount William Creek, which is home to platypus, and other wildlife species known to the region include kangaroos, wallabies, echidnas and emus.  

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