Protecting Koala Habitat in the Northern Rivers Through Private Land Conservation Agreements

East coast koalas have recently been listed as Endangered – one step closer to extinction due to the massive decline in populations. Support to restore and protect their habitat will help reverse their decline.

Rebuilding Koala Habitat; One Tree at a Time

Private landholders in New South Wales are backing a push to significantly increase koala habitat in an effort to bring Australia’s iconic emblem back from the brink. Koalas on the east coast of Australia are facing a grim future. Following severe population declines, made worse...

Start a School Based Traineeship in East Gippsland

Looking to get into the environmental industry? Our School Based Traineeship could be for you!
Envite are working with a number of East Gippsland Secondary Schools to offer a School Based Traineeship for young people in Years 10 to 12.
The paid traineeship provides an opportunity to receive practical on-the-job skills and work experience whilst gaining a Certificate II in Conservation and Ecosystem Management alongside regular school studies.

Annual exotic grass treatment in Bundjalung NP

Envite’s Clarence Valley team conduct their treatment of exotic grasses at the Blackrock Campground and surrounding fire trails within the northern section of Bundjalung National Park every year. The site is located approximately forty minutes south of Evans Head on the NSW North Coast and...

Weed control project in Bonville Catchment

Bonville Creek estuary catchment system represents both visually intact and aesthetically pleasing tributaries in rural residential area of Coffs Harbour LGA.

Bringing back wildlife habitat after fire in the Bungawalbin

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).

Drought Employment Program tackles drought, fires and COVID-19 head on.

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…

Drought Employment Program takes a dip

Our hardworking Drought Employment Program team put in some long hours at the Swifts Creek Community Pool in order to have it up and running for the locals to enjoy over the 20/21 summer. The Swifts Creek Memorial Pool Committee were very grateful for the...

Maintaining and restoring the East Gippsland Rail Trail in Victoria

Envite through the Drought Employment Program has a longstanding relationship with the East Gippsland Rail Trail (EGRT) Committee. Envite recognise and value the important links between environmental conservation, connecting people with nature and East Gippsland’s tourism…

Fish habitat rehabilitation at Maguires Creek

Envite Environment is working in partnership with private landholders, Alstonville Maguires Creek Landcare and Ozfish Unlimited to restore riparian vegetation along 1.8 km of Maguires Creek.