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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Gregadoo Waste Management Centre
In 2001 Greenfleet and Scouts Australia joined forces to help revegetate the Murray Darling Basin and capture carbon in biodiverse native forests.
Gunningbar, just north of Goulburn in NSW, had been wall to wall Serrated Tussock for decades when landowners Mike and Judith Shepherd approached Greenfleet in 2006.
Due to the drought, the planning and timing of this project was impacted by many factors.
Jigsaw Farms is a 4,900 hectare farm network north of Hamilton in western Victoria.
Greenfleet has been working with the NSW National Parks and Wildlife Service (NPWS) since 2008 to revegetate a number of sites within Kosciuszko National Park.
Kamarooka State Park
Located within the Greater Bendigo National Park, the State Park is regarded as one of the most important conservation areas in Victoria.
Kara Kara Forest
Between 2015 and 2016, 91 kilograms of locally native seeds were put in the soil to give nature a helping hand. A few centuries ago, a beautiful native forest would have been growing here.
Located in central Victoria about an hour north-west of Bendigo, Kelly is one of many Greenfleet sites in the Wedderburn area.
In 2014-15, Queensland Trust for Nature purchased a number of adjoining properties at the foot of Flinders Peak, just one hour south of Brisbane.
Matsubayashi Nojo (formerly Treehaven)
Matsubayashi Nojo is situated just south of Bathurst on a retired sheep grazing property. The property is home to the highly threatened grassy woodland.