Upcoming projects



Kinglake Distillery, VIC  

Taungurung and Wurundjeri Country

On a property in Kinglake in Victoria, on land traditionally owned by the Taungurung and Wurundjeri Peoples, Greenfleet is revegetating native ecosystem on the grounds of a working whisky distillery.

This site will provide habitat for a variety of native birds including Sulphur-crested Cockatoos, lyrebirds, King Parrots and colourful rosellas.


Aroona , QLD  

Yuggera Country

In partnership with Queensland Trust for Nature, our revegetation of this site aims to increase habitat for many native species including koalas, Glossy Black Cockatoos and Brush-tailed Wallabies. 

With a unique approach to site preparation, and the use of aerial seeding techniques, this project will result in the restoration of a resilient and sustainable ecosystem. 



Spurfield Road, NSW

Bundjalung Country

In the Northern Rivers region of NSW, Greenfleet’s revegetation of Spurfield Road will support local koala populations on the upper slopes of the property while restoring Big Scrub Subtropical Rainforest on the lower parts.

Through the restoration of native forest on the alluvial and riparian zones on the property, water quality is expected to improve for the Wilsons River and Richmond River catchment.  


Cherry Gully and Cherry Avon, QLD

Located north-east of Brisbane, Greenfleet will restore over 250 hectares of native ecosystem across these two properties, providing extensive habitat for koalas along the Cherry Gully riparian corridor.

The native restoration along Cherry Gully, Ivory Creek and Brisbane River Catchment will improve water quality and deliver other far reaching environmental benefits.



Glendalough, VIC

Boon Wurrung Country

In the rolling hills of South Gippsland, this cleared 240 hectare property will be returned to native ecosystem.

The property is adjacent to remnant native forest and will provide an important vegetation link for Strzelecki Koalas and habitat for native birds such as the Yellow-faced Honeyeater and Grey Fantail.


Falls Road , VIC

The Falls Road project aims to restore the depleted Damp Forest and Wet Forest ecological vegetation communities within the Gippsland Plain bioregion.

The project will also restore habitat for koalas and the critically endangered Swift Parrot.   



Ngulambarra, VIC 

Dja Dja Wurrung Country

Located in Central Victoria this project forms part of the Wychitella biolink. Greenfleet is working with the Traditional Owners, the Dja Dja Wurrung people to revegetate the property with native trees to create a vital vegetation link across the country.

The project will restore resilient ecosystems and create habitat for the local wildlife species, including Lace Monitors, Quolls, Shy Heathwrens, Inland Thornbills, and the vulnerable Mallee Fowl.


Hidden Vale, QLD

Located in South East Queensland, this project aims to establish emergent, canopy and understory species to restore the natural canopy structure of the forest.

By increasing the abundance of koala food sources, this project has been strategically designed to link known populations of koalas on the floodplain of Franklin Vale Creek to populations of the Little Liverpool Range in the west. The project also integrates road safety into the revegetation design, directing koalas to cross under the road safely. 



Barolin Nature Reserve, QLD  

Gureng Gureng Country

Greenfleet’s Low Glow project is protecting Queensland’s endangered sea turtle population by reducing artificial light glow around turtle nesting sites on Mon Repos Beach.

Since 2017, Greenfleet has planted over 85,000 native trees in Bundaberg’s Barolin Nature Reserve, making it the largest ever reforestation project in the region and we will continue this work in 2022.

As the forest grows it is forming a 'green curtain' to shield the sea turtle hatchery from artificial light pollution. 


Hillview, NSW 

Wiradjuri Country

Located in Central NSW, this reforestation project is supporting regenerative farming methods on this property by combating the harm caused by cattle grazing. The movement of cattle between different paddocks gives the land and grass time to regenerate and, by growing shelterbelts, these plantings are helping to protect cattle from the elements. 

This project is also positively impacting the region’s wildlife and the trees growing in the shelterbelts will create corridors for native bird species, assisting in the movement of bird life from one area of forest to another. 



Anam Talamh, NSW

Bundjalung Country

Located in the Byron Bay Hinterland, Anam Talamh is being restored with endangered rainforest species to reinvigorate the biodiversity of the area.

In 2020, Greenfleet planted over 26,000 native trees and will return in 2022 to restore additional parts of the property.

This project includes 60 different native plant species and will help create vital koala habitat. 


Reedy Creek, NSW 

Dharug Country

Located in the Central Tablelands of NSW, this biodiverse forest contains more than 25 native species. Planted in shelterbelts this forest will sequester carbon and help build the productivity of the farm by providing shelter to livestock 

In 2020, we planted more than 23,000 native trees across the property. This initial revegetation has experienced good growth so far and we will be returning in 2022 to plant even more.  



Turkey Hill, NSW 

Dharug Country

Demonstrating how native reforestation can have co-benefits for landholders, the land and climate, our planting at Turkey Hill combines shelter belts and block plantings that surround the property. It’s an example of how farmers can take climate action while improving land productivity.

As the native forest grows to restore this mostly barren landscape, it is improving water and soil quality and creating shelterbelts to protect grazing animals from the elements.

First planted in 2019, Greenfleet will return in 2022 to plant even more native trees.


Coopers Crossing, NSW 

Wiradjuri Country

Located near Taylors Flat in NSW, our reforestation project at Coopers Crossing is delivering climate action and restoring biodiversity to the region. It will also extend habitat for the Regent Honeyeater, a bird considered critically endangered in NSW and at a federal level.

In 2020, Greenfleet revegetated part of the property with over 7,600 native seedlings made up of over 30 native species and in 2022, we will return to plant even more.