At Greening Australia, we don’t just plant trees, we rebuild ecosystem services. By restoring landscapes, we increase biodiversity, improve water quality, sequester carbon, and support local communities and economies.

To maximise our impact, we collaborate with First Nations Peoples, landholders, philanthropists, businesses, governments, universities and communities to make change happen on-ground.

We continually seek to improve and refine our methods, tools, and data to ensure our work meets the highest standards and delivers the best possible outcomes for both people and nature.

From using satellites and drones for monitoring revegetation, to trialling planting designs and treatments so our plantings can thrive in challenging environments and future climate scenarios – we are building on decades of practical expertise to explore innovative, scaleable approaches to restoration.

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Restoration Decade Alliance

Greening Australia is a proud member of the Restoration Decade Alliance, a consortium of Australasian environmental restoration organisations supporting the UN Decade on Ecosystem Restoration (2021-2030). To tackle the twin environmental crises of climate change and species loss, we are working to prevent, halt and reverse the degradation of ecosystems in line with the mission of the UN Decade.

Our priorities

We have identified four priorities for delivering impactful, end-to-end nature-based solutions.

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Restoring nature

Applying best practice science and innovation to ensure our large-scale restoration programs are resilient to climate impacts and deliver quality outcomes for people and nature, such as improved habitat, water quality and carbon storage.

More about our restoration programs

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Partnering with landholders

Expanding our mutually beneficial collaborations with landholders to integrate plantings into degraded hectares. We have established infrastructure to better connect with and tailor solutions for interested landholders.

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Producing and supplying seed

With predicted demand outstripping supply, the availability of quality, diverse native seed is critical for our efforts. We are working to expand our own seed capabilities and also those of the native seed sector more broadly.

More about our seed services

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Developing and expanding environmental markets

Delivering projects that enable the flow of capital into nature-based solutions to bring returns to communities, economies and nature.

More about nature-based solutions

Year in Review

Each year, we reflect on the impact we’ve made and look forward to the year ahead in our Year in Review.

Go to our most recent annual report



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Year in Review

Each year, we reflect on the impact we’ve made and look forward to the year ahead in our Year in Review.

Go to our most recent annual report