Thank you for your competition entry! You’re in the running to win a dreamy two-night getaway at Kimo Estate, nestled in the heart of picturesque Gundagai NSW.

What’s included:

🌱 Two-night stay in one of Kimo Estate’s ecohuts

🌱 Regional produce farmhouse breakfast

🌱 Wake up to breathtaking views of rolling hills

🌱 Relax in the wood-fired hot tub and unwind by the fire

🌱 Disconnect from technology while exploring the surrounding trails


Don’t forget to share the competition page with friends and family to increase your chances of winning (obviously they have to promise to take you along if they win!). The winner will be announced at the end of May, so make sure to keep an eye on your inbox.

In the meantime, you can learn more about Greening Australia below. We would love for you to join our community on social media as well!

Keen to learn more about Greening Australia?

What is carbon farming?

Learn how landholders can get involved in carbon farming.

Year in Review

Read our annual report documenting our efforts and impact for people and nature.

Help build them a home

You can help us tackle Australia’s biggest environmental challenges.

Greening Australia is a proudly independent environmental enterprise. We are a national not-for-profit committed to restoring Australia’s diverse landscapes and protecting biodiversity in ways that benefit communities, economies, and nature.

With projects spanning the breadth of the country – from city suburbs to remote rural locations – we apply a science-led, collaborative approach to deliver nature-based solutions addressing the twin crises of climate change and biodiversity loss.

Greening Australia was established in 1982, the International Year of the Tree, in response to the serious impacts of tree decline on agriculture and the environment across Australia.

Today, we remain dedicated to solving complex environmental problems through on-ground restoration at scale. By restoring Australia’s diverse and iconic ecosystems, we help create healthy, productive landscapes where people and nature can thrive.

Because it’s more than a tree.

Our 2030 Goals


Hectares of habitat restored


Tonnes of water pollutants prevented from reaching the Great Barrier Reef


Tonnes of carbon sequestered per year