Envite is the Environment Division of Workways Australia and has delivered ecological restoration services since 1993. Envite Environment delivers quality services with a range of partners.

Envite Environment’s longevity and depth of Natural Resource Management (NRM) knowledge and skills is responsible for a reputation for delivering high quality results on time.

The organisation has successfully completed over 1500 projects. Between 2010 – 2019 Envite Environment completed work valued over $24 million.


  • Equity
  • Respect
  • Integrity
  • Excellence
  • Innovation
  • Responsiveness
  • Collaboration


To restore our natural environment in partnership with local communities and provide social and economic benefits by enabling people to participate in the workforce, develop their potential and contribute to society.


A healthy natural environment with socially inclusive economies and communities.

Geographic Reach

Envite Environment is the Environment Division of Workways Australia, a not-for-profit, charitable employment and community services organisation.  Workways Australia provides services across Victoria, New South Wales, Australian Capital Territory and Queensland. Envite Environment originated in northern New South Wales and now provides environmental services in Queensland, New South Wales and Victoria.


Envite Environment provides training in conservation and land management skills including bush regeneration techniques, native and weed plant identification and native plant propagation.

Training is also provided in high level technical skills such as environmental monitoring. Community based training is developed in consultation with local groups to meet identified needs for knowledge and skill development related to ecological restoration projects.

Knowledge and experience

Envite Environment’s has over 40 employees including 10 environmental scientists who are experienced with site assessment, flora and fauna studies, data collection and analysis, vegetation mapping, restoration monitoring and evaluation programs and development and implementation of natural resource management projects.

Bush regeneration teams

Envite Environment combines high level technical expertise with practical skills and experience. We have a large team of qualified bush regenerators with strong local knowledge and experience working in a variety of ecosystems.

In expanding out services to new areas we seek to contract or employ local bush regenerators with relevant qualifications, experience and local knowledge.


Landscaping teams

Envite Environment has also developed a capacity to take on large scale infrastructure landscaping projects.  An example is landscaping associated with Pacific Highway upgrades in northern NSW.

Justin Couperjustin

National Environmental Services Manager

Justin has a background in bush regeneration, horticulture, WHS and training with over 20 years experience.  He has expertise in project management and coordination, business development  and civil landscaping.

Maree Thompson

Environment Manager

Expertise in ecological restoration project development, grant and contract applications, restoration plan development, project management, coordination and reporting with 20 years’ experience with Envite.

Mick Webb 

Restoration Ecologist

Mick has over 12 years experience in ecological restoration, team coordination, site assessment and plan development. He has worked with multiple stakeholders including RMS, developers , community organisations, Landcare and Aboriginal Land Councils.

Daniel Cox

Restoration Ecologist

Dan has 12 years experience and skills in environmental project coordination, team management, flora survey, site assessment and planning and use of Geographic Information Systems to monitor and evaluate environmental outcomes.

Georgina Jones

Environmental Scientist

Expertise in ecological restoration and community education with 18 years’ experience. Skills in developing educational resources, community ecological training, project development, GIS mapping, coordination and reporting.