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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Namadgi National Park
Between 2000 and 2002, Greenfleet helped out by revegetating 70 ha of land in the Namadgi National Park with over 70,000 native trees.
Together with tree planting professional Frank and his team, we planted 30,000 native trees at Glorious Googies with a mixture of 28 species, re-establishing the wet forest and warm temperate rain
Nearly 3,000 native trees were planted at Nevinson Road in July 2019 to take climate action, increase the property's biodiversity and extend wildlife habitat.
Situated on the banks of the Niemur River, an anabranch of the Murray, Niemuroo will complement the ancient River Red Gum forests of the NSW Riverina.
Part of the Brisbane River catchment area, the O'Sheas Crossing planting site is upstream of Wivenhoe Dam in south east Queensland.
Old Gobur Rd
Located about 40 kilometres west of Mansfield, the site has retained a few old trees but has primarily been grazed for decades and the soil was highly compacted.
In July 2009, Greenfleet commenced a 262 ha revegetation project on a property named 'Ploughshare' in Wedderburn, Victoria.
Located at the mouth of the Murray River, Lake Alexandrina forms part of the Milang Wetlands of international significance under the Ramsar Convention*.
Greenfleet planted more than 90,000 native trees to transform 64.5 hectares of the land into a flora and flora sanctuary in 2007.