Kelly’s passion lands her in prime position

Kelly Scott has been very passionate and driven since joining our Skilling Queenslanders for Work traineeship program. Prior to becoming a trainee with Envite, Kelly had insecure, casual work in hospitality, so this program has helped change directions for her and create a promising future in land management.

The Pews with a view.

If you’ve been past St Peter’s Church and Opshop recently you may have noticed a new addition to the gardens: 4 wooden pews. They are situated to both take advantage of the amazing view over the bottom lake and entrance, as well as provide seating for personal reflection and outdoor services.

Reducing environmental threats in NSW state forests

Envite Environment staff are working hard on State Forests land at Wonga Forest (Frenchman’s Creek), south west of Coffs Harbour to reduce & control environmental weed threats & encourage natural regeneration of Koala habitat, the native bush is responding positively with great natural regeneration.

Rehabilitating the Dorodong Indigenous Protected Area

Dorodong Indigenous Protected Area (IPA) is on the Gumbaynggirr people’s traditional lands and covers 85 hectares. Dorodong is on the Dorrigo Plateau in the Northern Tablelands of New South Wales. The area protects several waterways, a waterfall and rainforests with links to ancient Gondwanaland (NIAA, Dorodong IPA).

Great employment outcomes for Gold Coast Work Skills trainees!

At the recent graduation of our Gold Coast Work Skills traineeship team, most had to take time off their new jobs to come back and attend. Eight of the nine graduates had found work by the end of the 18 week project.

Skilling Queenslanders for Work program creating purpose and direction.

Our Skilling Queenslanders for Work traineeship team in Townsville had the pleasure of meeting with local Member of Parliament, Di Farmer. This team is the first of many intakes for the year.

Supporting healthy catchments

Did you know, more than 19,500 animal and plant species depend on wetlands for survival globally! Catchments (including creeks, rivers and lakes, where water is collected by the natural landscape) provide critical sources of water for people, farming and for our unique flora and fauna....

World Wildlife Fund working in partnership with Envite Environment to save koalas

Australia’s native wildlife suffered grievously in the bushfires of 2019-20. At least 6,000 koalas were killed in NSW alone, pushing them closer to extinction. Now Envite Environment is working in partnership with World Wildlife Fund (WWF) to restore burnt areas for wildlife.