Envite Environment implements a diverse range of bush regeneration and ecological restoration projects in Queensland, New South Wales and Victoria. Contractor services are delivered for local councils, government agencies such as NSW National Parks and Wildlife Service, major road upgrade projects, land developers, private landholders including farmers, and others.  In 2018 over 100 contracted projects are underway in various stages of implementation.

In addition to fee for service contracts, Envite Environment works in partnership with Landcare and community groups, Indigenous organisations and public and private land managers in delivery of projects funded through environmental grants.

Envite Environment has a combination of high level ecological restoration expertise and practical bush regeneration 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.


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, [...]