Projects 2017-07-05T14:42:04+00:00

Envite Environment implements a diverse range of projects related to biodiversity conservation and ecological restoration. This includes environmental grants, fee for service contracts, Green Army projects and others.

We work in partnership with private and public land holders, Landcare and community groups, local councils, Indigenous organisations and developers.

Envite Environment has a combination of high level technical expertise and practical ecological restoration skills and experience developed over more than 20 years. We have a large team of qualified bush regenerators with strong local knowledge and experience working in a variety of ecosystems.


Coastal habitat restoration at Iluka Nature Reserve & Bundjalung National Park 3

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Completed: June, 2017 The Green Army team will work with NSW National Parks & Wildlife Service and Iluka Landcare Dunecare Group in Bundjalung National Park and Iluka Nature Reserve. Control of weeds will improve the health of littoral rainforest in World Heritage listed Iluka Nature Reserve. Planting local native species will also be undertaken. Works [...]


Koala Habitat Restoration in Lismore LGA

Habitat for koalas is being improved with funding from Perpetual Philanthropic Grants, NSW Environmental Trust, NSW Office of Environment and Heritage and Lismore City Council. Koalas are a threatened species in NSW. Threats include loss and degradation of habitat, disease, dog attack and vehicle strike. A partnership between Council, Friends of the Koala, Tregeagle Landcare, [...]


Ecological Restoration Plans

Ecological Restoration Plans assess the condition of ecosystems and provide strategies to guide ecological restoration. Plans include native and weed species lists, maps illustrating the site and showing work zones, identification of threats to ecosystems and methods to reduce threats including invasive weeds. Envite Environment has developed  plans in partnership with public and private land [...]


Ecological restoration and Aboriginal cultural connections on Jali Seven Mile Heath and Wetland

Jali Local Aboriginal Land Council and Envite Environment developed a restoration plan for 815ha of coastal heath and wetlands. Envite Environment provided training in Certificate II in Conservation and Land Management and mentored Jali Indigenous Green Team bush regenerators. Restoration has included ecological burning, weed control and revegetation. Field days and training events have developed [...]


Community Training Workshops and Field Days

In the past year over 1500 people have taken part in workshops and field days coordinated by Envite Environment. Workshops include identification of plants, bush regeneration techniques, native plant propagation and restoration monitoring and evaluation methods. Field days have showcased project achievements and demonstrated how to undertake ecological restoration in ecosystems as diverse as coastal [...]


Big Scrub Lowland Rainforest Restoration

Big Scrub Landcare aims to save critically endangered Lowland Subtropical Rainforest and its magnificent biodiversity. Working with Envite Environment as project manager over 21 years, over $2.5 million has been obtained from grants and donations delivering 7500+ days of restoration by professional bush regenerators at over 90 Lowland Rainforest remnants in northern NSW. Lowland Rainforest [...]


Wompoo Gorge Ecological Restoration

Located in a narrow gorge between Nightcap World Heritage Area and Goonengerry National Park the site is habitat for over 17 threatened animals and 10 threatened plant species. Envite Environment has implemented seven years of lowland rainforest restoration. Lantana was blocking rainforest regeneration. Control of lantana over 30ha included tractor clearing, over-spraying and hand weeding. [...]


Wilsons River Catchment School Education & Restoration

The regional water supply authority, Rous Water, received funding from NSW Environmental Trust for this project. Envite Environment manages the project in partnership with Lismore City Council, Landcare, Wildlife Rescue, Friends of the Koala, Southern Cross University and six local schools located  along the Wilsons River. Students are participating in environmental activities and tree planting [...]


Ecological Restoration in NSW National Parks and Reserves

Envite Environment bush regeneration teams are contracted to carry out extensive work in numerous national parks and nature reserves by NSW National Parks and Wildlife Service between Kempsey and the Queensland border in northern NSW. Much of the work deals with Weeds of National Significance (WoNS), a national program which nominates weeds causing detrimental impacts [...]


Pacific Highway Landscaping & Biodiversity Offsets

Envite Environment has been contracted to undertake landscaping and implement compensatory habitat works adjoining three areas of the Pacific Highway upgrade in northern NSW. Near Coffs Harbour at Sapphire to Woolgoolga (pictured) 160,000 trees and shrubs were planted along 26km. North of Iluka at Devils Pulpit work included bush regeneration in an endangered ecological community, [...]