Land Management & Rehabilitation

LAND MANAGEMENT & REHABILITATION

Since 1998, Southern Habitat has successfully completed hundreds of projects to restore disturbed or modified bushland areas land to their original state.  Our qualified and passionate teams are highly skilled in implementing best-practice methods that are cost-effective whilst protecting existing habitat values and ecological systems.

Southern Habitat’s rehabilitation teams have experience working in a wide range of vegetation communities covering rainforest, coastal dunes, wetlands and sclerophyll.  We also have extensive experience working in Endangered Ecological Communities and Threatened Species Habitats.

Southern Habitat’s Land Management & Rehabilitation Services include:

  • Noxious and Environmental Weed Control
  • Bush Regeneration
  • Threatened Species Protection
  • Revegetation
  • Green Waste Processing and Removal
  • Bushfire Hazard Reduction Works
  • Habitat Establishment and Maintenance
  • Mine Site Rehabilitation
  • Large Scale Weed Removal
  • Coastal and Sand Dune Restoration

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