Thriving global ecosystems

Acknowledgement of Country

Ecosure acknowledge the Traditional Custodians of the lands and waters where we work. We pay deep respect to Elders past and present who hold the Songlines and Dreaming of this Country. We honour and support the continuation of educational, cultural and spiritual customs of First Nations peoples.

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Ecosure Reconciliation Action Plan Artwork completed by Raymond Garrett, a Darumbal and Wulli Wulli Traditional Owner, 2021

Ecosure takes a genuine, personal approach to every project and explores alternative and flexible solutions to ensure project outcomes are achieved, while still preserving the world’s natural brilliance.

Our Vision

Thriving global ecosystems

Our Mission

We deliver the world's best solutions in improving ecosystem management.

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Quality is not an act, it’s a habit created every day by our people

Big hairy Audacious Goal

To improve the ecosystems of 100 million hectares

and 1000 islands worldwide by 2030

Million Hectares

News & Projects

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Melaleuca irbyana Recovery Project

Teams from the Gold Coast, Brisbane and west of Brisbane Ecological Restoration team have been contributing to the recovery of the Melaleuca irbyana or weeping paperbark, which is listed as Endangered under Queensland’s, Nature Conservation Act 1992.

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Koinmerburra Ridge to Reef Restoration Project

The Ridge to Reef Alliance connects First Nations Peoples with scientists to deliver whole-of-ecosystem restoration projects from the ridge line to the reef. The Alliance, led by Diane Lanyon (Ecosure General Manager), has partnered with Koinmerburra Aboriginal Corporation for the Koinmerburra Ridge to Reef Restoration Project.

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Monitoring threatened species long-term

Ecosure has been monitoring threatened species at a site in Northern New South Wales for 10 years. This long-term commitment helps ensure the conservation of threatened species populations. Target fauna groups are surveyed biennially, this year one of the focal groups was threatened bats.

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