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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Three Bridges

Three Bridges spans 1,600 acres along the Loddon River in Victoria.


Landscape fragmentation is a significant problem in Australia.

Turkey Hill

Our planting at Turkey Hill shows how Greenfleet's reforestation efforts can have co-benefits for landholders, the land and climate.


A run-down parcel of land on the side of the Strzelecki Ranges has been transformed by a visionary landowner and Greenfleet.


A whopping 17,150 trees were planted in 2014 and two years later 86% of the trees were still going (with most losses only occurring from a large flood event) – an excellent result.

Waratah Bushland Reserve

When Parks Victoria approached Greenfleet to revegetate this site, the aim was to provide habitat for native wildlife by connecting patches of remnant bushland.

Watson's Creek Biolink

The devastating fires of February 2009 engulfed 98% of Kinglake National Park, killing many native animals, including endangered species, and destroying wildlife habitat.


Witzend is located about an hour and a half north east of Byron Bay and just south of the World Heritage-listed Border Ranges National Park.


Stretching along the south coast of Victoria, the Great Ocean Road is one of the World's most scenic coastal roads, boasting picturesque scenery.

Wurneet Laang Laang

Wurneet Laang Laang is nestled in the hills of South Gippsland just 1.5 hours from Melbourne.