Bush regeneration is a form of natural area restoration, it’s the process of renewing and restoring degraded, damaged, or destroyed vegetation areas.
Protecting remnant vegetation is extremely critical for the health of our environment, and it’s important that we use best practice methods. Our techniques have been influenced by 45 years of history which began when National Trust (NSW) pioneers developed an approach to regenerating the Australian bush which would revolutionise the industry.
Still today, we’re dedicated to making a positive and sustainable impact. We therefore work closely with our clients to ensure we can protect and enhance the biodiversity. And our extensive experience in the field of natural area restoration means that we always provide professional advice and a quality service.
- Threatened species management
- Aquatic weed control
- Biobank management
- Flame and steam weeding
- High volume spraying
- Consulting services
- Volunteer supervision
- Plant supply
- Habitat retention and re-creation
- Rope work
- Chainsaw / arborist work
- Environmental landscaping (hard & soft)
- Erosions/stabilisation works
- Supply and installation of biodegradable restoration materials
- Remote sensing
- Trittering (forestry mulching services)
- Landscape maintenance
To discuss your next project, call us on (02) 9258 0123 or complete our online form and we’ll get in touch.