Land Management and Restoration Services


Restoration of degraded landscapes with native species (principally site indigenous species) increases the quality of environments through the provision of improved habitat for a range of mammals, birds, lizards, frogs and invertebrates, and can improve agricultural productivity (healthier systems) and visual amenity in rural and urban environments.

Land managers, landholders and/or developers proposing to revegetate a cleared area or supplementary plant within a remnant patch of native vegetation often seek our advice on species selection, the location and density of plantings, and actions for successful establishment and long-term persistence of revegetation in a given area (i.e. self-sustaining). 

Our personnel have extensive experience in providing advice in the area of revegetation / rehabilitation in both a rural and urban context, and preparing and implementing revegetation / rehabilitation plans for a range of projects. Revegetation standards have been developed across several states and these standards typically include a requirement to plant suitable site indigenous species (various life forms) that are associated with the current or former vegetation communities to achieve particular levels of plant density

Many regions also have published revegetation guides that may assist with revegetation design and establishment. Our approach is based on providing innovative, practical and achievable environmental management to achieve positive environmental outcomes. The effective implementation of detailed management plans is central to achieving this aim.


For further information, assistance and advice contact us on 1300 839 325  or


  • Implementation of Species Conservation Management Plans
  • Land Management Advice and Extension 
  • Monitoring, Review and Auditing of Land Restoration Activities
  • Research on Restoration Ecology
  • Revegetation, Land Rehabilitation and Works Plans
  • Rural and Urban Revegetation
  • Supply of Indigenous Plants and Revegetation Materials


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