Nywaigi Country / Herbert River Catchment
Greening Australia proudly collaborates with Traditional Custodians to heal Sea Country and co-design economic opportunities for sustainable impact, supporting their visions for country and communities. Greening Australia restores coastal wetlands like those at Mungalla Station to provide habitat for threatened species and improve water quality for the Reef.
Yilba, Yangga, Biri, and Gugu-Badhun Country / Burdekin River Catchment
Greening Australia works with landholders, like the Tudehopes at Landers Creek, to stabilise eroding gullies – reducing sediment run-off and improving water quality for the health of the Reef.
Wayurr-Madjandji Country / Mulgrave River Catchment
Together with Lenny and Mulgrave Landcare, we’ve transformed marginal caneland into a wetland to filter nutrients from water flowing to the Reef. Greening Australia works with landholders like Lenny on innovative projects to modify existing drainage systems or construct treatment trains to reduce nutrient export to the Reef.
Bindal and Wulgurukaba Country / Ross River Catchment
Greening Australia works closely with Reef researchers like those at TropWater to design and measure the outcomes of our Reef Aid restoration projects. With every project we’ve learned more about putting science into practice, refining our methods to achieve more effective outcomes.
Great Barrier Reef
From the land to the sea, Reef Aid is all about supporting the health of the Great Barrier Reef and the amazing diversity of life it supports, which Craig gets to see firsthand through his work at ReefHQ. For example, by reducing sediment run-off, we help protect seagrass meadows, a vital food source for many marine species including green turtles.