Greening Australia

The environmental NGO that thinks bigger than the environment.


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We solve challenges in which nature, communities and economies are all connected, in ways that benefit them all.


…in a nutshell

People and nature can thrive together. We tackle Australia’s environmental challenges with the best science and the best people, to return life and balance to landscapes in ways that work for communities, economies and nature.

We create change that benefits people now and in the future. 



We need you 

Feel like you could do something extraordinary? 

We believe we can contribute to a better world but we can’t do this alone. Make 2017 your year by showcasing your talents for a great cause. If you have got a few hours free, put your talents to good use and convert your skills to conservation outcomes. 

Ready to get started – talk to us today. 


Need more info - a little history

Greening Australia was founded in 1982, the International Year of the Tree. Greening Australia was formed by the United Nations Association of Australia and the Nursery Industry Association of Australia to protect, conserve and restore Australia’s landscapes. We’re proudly independent and have been involved in some of the largest and most ambitious large-scale landscape restoration projects in Australia including the National Trees Program and One Billion Trees Project. 

A couple of examples of our current groundbreaking projects:

Gondwana Link: one of the world’s top 35 biodiversity hotspots, we’re helping restore and reconnect land across south-western Australia - over 900km of bushland is already in place.

Habitat 141˚: one of the world’s biggest landscape restoration plans, restoring connectivity within two nationally recognised biodiversity hotspots, over an area covering 18 million hectares and incorporating 14 National Parks.

Reef Aid: Improving water quality in the Great Barrier Reef through restoring erosion gullies and coastal wetlands to reduce sediment and nutrients, strengthening the resilience of coral and fish to our changing climate.   


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Our Projects

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