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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Bowna Waters Reserve

A series of sites were planted with the joint cooperation of Greenfleet, Scouts Australia, Goulburn Murray Water and local landholders to offset carbon emissions and improve the quality of water i

Cardinia Creek

Planting trees deliver benefits for the environment and for people too. In the space of just four years, bare grazing paddocks in outer Melbourne have re-emerged as an oasis of biodiversity.

Coalville Camp

Coalville Camp sits in a tranquil pocket of the Strzelecki Ranges, just south of Moe.

Cobaw

The Cobaw site, nestled in a moist pocket of the Macedon Ranges, is an excellent example of environmental stewardship acting in harmony with ordinary farming and recreational practices.

Coopers Crossing

Located near Taylors Flat in NSW, Coopers Crossing is an important site where our reforestation efforts will be taking climate action and restoring habitat of the Regent Honeyeater.

Dance, Johanna

Located in the scenic region of the Great Ocean Road and bordering the Great Otway National Park, a private property is getting a makeover after decades of grazing with 17 hectares returned to nat

Dangerbridge

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

Devilbend Reservoir

Located just one hour south-easy of Melbourne, in the heart of the Mornington Peninsula, the Devilbend Natural Features Reserve covers an area of 1005 hectares and contains two reservoirs formerly

DLWC Research Centre

The Department of Environment, Climate Change and Water (DECCW) Research Centre, just outside the regional NSW city of Wagga Wagga, offers a hands-on approach to studying land-based industries and

George Bass Coastal Walk

The Victorian coastline offers a variety of natural wonders to explore and escape the hustle and bustle of the concrete world.