Remnant vegetation in the middle of the property which will form part of the high density planting area.
A koala spotted near the front gate of the property.
Existing regenerated Hoop pine forest.
View from the highest point on the property.
Webster’s Creek which runs along the western edge of the property.
Part of the site which was previously used for grazing.
One of the damaged creek crossings limiting access across the site.
Part of the site which was previously cleared for grazing.
Remnant bush on the property where koalas are regularly spotted.
One of the exposed creek crossings limiting access to site.
Excavator used for creek remediation.
Creek crossed fixed and ready for use.
Bush regeneration underway during October 2021.
Part of the 6ha area allocated to bush regeneration.
Future Forests team member removing invasive weeds such as camphor laurel and privet as part of bush regeneration.
Seedlings ready for planting at the on-site nursery.
Contractors from Future Forests working in the on-site nursery area.
Sam from Future Forests loading seedlings into the ATV (an all-terrain vehicle necessary to get around the wet, slippery site).
Planted seedling with speckling of non-toxic Sentree wallaby deterrent.
Planters from Future Forests working in the west side planting area.
Seedling in the rear planting area.
Planting area showing Mt Wollumbin in the distance.
Very muddy creek crossing due to flooding which created difficult access to planting areas across the site.
Sam from Future Forests pointing to ironbark trees in the bush regeneration area.
Seedling with jute matting to suppress Setaria grass.
Landslips caused by catastrophic flooding in March 2022.
Seedling planted in the rear site area.
Sam measuring a seedling with incredible growth at one of the plots.
Healthy Commersonia bartramia (‘Brown kurrajong’) seedling.
Seedling surrounded by Setaria grass.
Marking out plot 3.
Red-browed finch nest visible in a naturally regenerating hoop pine tree.
Monitoring plot with excellent growth, overlooking remnant bushland.
Sam (Future Forests) measuring the height of a slow growing rainforest tree.
Marking out plot 8 amongst the high weed coverage.
Homanthalus species (‘Bleeding heart’).
Sam (Future Forests) measuring an Acacia fimbriata.
Seed pods growing on an Acacia fimbriata.
Sam (Future Forests) standing next to an impressively tall rainforest tree.
Close up of a healthy seedling.
Sam (Future Forests) seeking the next monitoring plot.
Part of the site showing great establishment 18 months after planting