• In the first year of the five-year, $1.96 million contract awarded to QTFN by the Department of Environment and Science in July 2019, we applied our extensive habitat restoration knowledge and expertise to create the foundations for a successful program based on a rigorous project site assessment and selection process.

    As 2020 came to a close, seven projects had been approved and the final touches were being put on the individual landholder agreements and Restoration Plans for each property. The projects – six on privately held land and one on Council land – are spread across South East Queensland, offering an unparalleled opportunity to manage and monitor habitat recovery on a regional landscape scale.

  • A partnership approach is key to the successful delivery of the program. The Restoration Plan for each site has been developed by QTFN in close collaboration with the owners of each property. Tailored to the specific needs of each site and shaped to achieve the most koala habitat gain for every dollar spent, the Restoration Plans incorporate best-practice revegetation methods.

    • Department of Environment and Science
    • Queensland Koala Expert Panel
    • Healthy Land and Water
    • Greenfleet
    • Councils
    • Private landholders

In the first year of the five-year, $1.96 million contract awarded to QTFN by the Department of Environment and Science in July 2019, we applied our extensive habitat restoration knowledge and expertise to create the foundations for a successful program based on a rigorous project site assessment and selection process.

As 2020 came to a close, seven projects had been approved and the final touches were being put on the individual landholder agreements and Restoration Plans for each property. The projects – six on privately held land and one on Council land – are spread across South East Queensland, offering an unparalleled opportunity to manage and monitor habitat recovery on a regional landscape scale.

A partnership approach is key to the successful delivery of the program. The Restoration Plan for each site has been developed by QTFN in close collaboration with the owners of each property. Tailored to the specific needs of each site and shaped to achieve the most koala habitat gain for every dollar spent, the Restoration Plans incorporate best-practice revegetation methods.

  • Department of Environment and Science
  • Queensland Koala Expert Panel
  • Healthy Land and Water
  • Greenfleet
  • Councils
  • Private landholders