Thanks to the support of thousands of individuals and organisations, since 1997 Greenfleet has created biodiverse forests around Australia and New Zealand. Explore the interactive map below to discover some of our native revegetation projects.

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Aroona, QLD

Bringing Together Ecosystem Restoration With Sustainable Agriculture To Build Habitat In South-East Queensland. Located in Southeast Queensland, on Yuggera Country, the revegetation project at Aroona is restoring critical habitat for species such as koalas and...

Barolin Nature Reserve, QLD

Revegetating Bundaberg: A Win For The Community, Environment & Turtles Greenfleet and Bundaberg Regional Council joined forces in 2017 to complete a major revegetation project in the Barolin Nature Reserve. In fact, it was the...

Brown Creek, QLD

Located on the lands of the Yuggera people, this project in Grandchester is restoring forest on land previously used for grazing. The project will extend remnant vegetation on the property that is already providing habitat...

Cherry Gully, QLD

Creating Koala Habitat & Improving Water Quality   In South-East Queensland at a property on Yuggera Country, Greenfleet is restoring over 50 hectares of native ecosystem to extend habitat for the local koalas and deliver climate...

Dangerbridge, QLD

In July 2003, Dangerbridge Farm was a frenzy of activity while Greenfleet planted 18,600 trees on the 19.5 ha site.

Greening Kowanyama, QLD

In 2018, Greenfleet, Telstra employees and Kowanyama Aboriginal Shire Council joined forces to plant over 1,000 native and fruit trees in the remote community of Kowanyama, Far North Queensland.

Hiddenvale, QLD

Restoring Ecosystems & Building Koala Habitat Located in South-East Queensland on land traditionally owned by the Yuggera People, Hiddenvale is being restored to biodiverse native forest, enhancing the quality of koala habitat in the region....

Ivory Creek, QLD

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.

Koala Crossing, QLD

Rebuilding A Home For The Iconic Koalas In partnership with Queensland Trust for Nature (QTFN), we have been revegetating this 95 ha parcel of land since 2016. Originally cleared for cattle grazing many decades ago, this reforestation project...

Mareeba Wetlands, QLD

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. 

Yurol Ringtail, QLD

In 2021, Greenfleet entered into a landmark Indigenous Land Use Agreement with the Kabi Kabi Peoples Aboriginal Corporation to revegetate around 900 hectares in the Noosa Hinterland. Restoring Country for Climate is a GPT nature positive...