Our Landcare Services team are committed to providing the best environmental outcomes to the community through a range of specialist land care services. These services include:-
- Bushland Regeneration including advice on species selection, the supply of native tube stock, labour, watering, and maintenance.
- Riparian Restoration
- Native Revegetation Projects and maintenance
The Landcare Services Crew, with project management experience, bush regeneration, and horticultural training, have the knowledge and equipment to undertake specialised work in bushland and riparian areas. All with sound knowledge and identification of local native plants, large-scale revegetations, selective weed removal and seed collecting techniques.
Our staff is experienced and qualified to undertake a broad range of conservation (eco) services. Our crew has many years experience in the natural resource management industry, with a demonstrated track record in working effectively with partners and delivering good quality outcomes.
Our clients and partners include local landholders, developers, environmental consultants, local government, state government and federal government, regional bodies, catchment management authorities and catchment groups.
Site Visits, Helpful Links and Resources:
Unfortunately, we get a lot of requests to visit properties to give free general advice which in not financially viable for us. Generally, the information being sought can be accessed by a simple Google search. To help with this, we’ve added some quick links below for your perusal.
Environmental reports online gives you access to several reports that will be automatically emailed to you, usually within 10 minutes. You will have to submit this form for each lot number separately. To find out more, please click here.
Queensland Globe is an interactive mapping tool that can be used to find further information. Have a play around with the layers tab, particularly look under “All layers > Biota (Flora and Fauna)” and add layers to regional ecosystem and broad vegetation groups to find out specific value for biodiversity. To find out more about Queensland Globe, please click here.
You can search the regional ecosystem database here and it will produce a report similar to the link above. Useful to find out which ecosystems are threatened and what species should be occurring there (including fauna if it has a habitat potential for a particular species). To find our more,