Bushland Restoration Services have undertaken a variety of revegetation projects over the past ten years, and there are now examples of well established plantings which blend with the adjoining native vegetation.
While utilizing locally sourced native plants to create the appropriate vegetation community, natural regeneration has been encouraged within the plantings so that they reflect the components of naturally occurring vegetation communities.
Our Revegetation projects range from buffer strips to protect established native vegetation, riparian zones and enhancement plantings to large scale plantings of highly degraded sites which have no potential for natural regeneration.
Some of our projects involve the translocation and establishment of Threatened Species as part of National Parks & Wildlife Services Recovery Planning or compensation for loss of plants during construction of roads or housing.
Areas of expertise
Threatened species translocation
Large scale plantings
Plant monitoring and maintenance