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Developing environmental solutions for land managers, businesses and corporations. Naturally.

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Nature Havens

Providing safe habitat for Australia’s threatened species

Telopea Downs Nature Haven Project

Telopea Downs Nature Haven Project

Carbon Landscapes is working in partnership with Zoos Victoria and Trust for Nature to determine if our Telopea Downs property can support threatened species, such as the Mallee Emu-wren. Telopea Downs is a nature haven for many threatened species, including a stable population of Malleefowl, a species listed as endangered in Victoria.
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Little Dog Island Conservation Project

Little Dog Island Conservation Project

Carbon Landscapes is working with Nooramunga Trust, Rendere Trust and EcoGipps to manage a newly acquired conservation island near Wilsons Promontory in South Gippsland. The 150-acre island is located in Corner Inlet, a Ramsar-listed Wetland of International Importance and a nature haven for threatened fauna and migratory birds, including the critically endangered Orange-bellied Parrot.
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About Us

Grassroots Community

At Carbon Landscapes, we are passionate about conserving Australia’s natural environment and the flora and fauna that it supports. This level of passion is only exceeded by our commitment to develop innovative approaches and programs that not only support our fauna now, but also to what is needed, under a changing climate.
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Nature Solutions

Choose how you can support our nature havens with our range of nature solutions. All are 100% nature positive and offer businesses big or small the opportunity to get involved.
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Our Partners

"Carbon Landscapes are taking progressive action to develop viable and sustainable business models that re-establish areas of habitat and to serve landscape-scale conservation outcomes. Odonata values our partnership will continue to support and work with Carbon Landscapes to progress new solutions for our threatened species."

Our Supporters

“Steve gave us excellent advice about putting together our corporate responsibility program. We now have a scalable environmental program, at a reasonable cost, that we can also get our members involved with.”
Simon Bracken
CMO, First Option Bank
"We will be working together to help build the understanding of some very special properties that will then enable them to be further restored and preserved. This partnership is part of our Corporate Social Responsibility program and we are looking forward to seeing what we can achieve together."
Warwick Bishop
Director, Water Technology
"Carbon Landscapes provides our business with the perfect platform to make a change. Knowing that 100% of our funds were going directly to the cause was a significant factor in our decision making when choosing a partner. Being involved in the Grampian’s fencing project provides our business with something tangible so we can see the direct impact we are having, whilst joining a community that is making a positive change."
Jordan Morieson
General Manager, Inovayt Finance

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Connect with our team and we’ll tailor a project for your business to support.
Your investment strengthens endangered species and their habitats.
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Latest News


We've signed a new Memorandum of Understanding with Zoos Victoria

We are pleased to announce the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Zoos Victoria in relation to the management of our conservation property at Telopea Downs. Together, we share a commitment to a positive working relationship as both parties explore the opportunities and direction for the Telopea Downs Nature Haven project. Both parties […]
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Carbon Landscapes and partners acquire a conservation island in South Gippsland

We are pleased to announce the purchase of Little Dog Island near Wilsons Promontory in South Gippsland, with our partners Nooramunga Trust, Rendere Trust and EcoGipps. The private 150-acre island is located within the sheltered waters of Corner Inlet, in South Gippsland, in close proximity to Wilsons Promontory to the south. Corner Inlet is a […]
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Frequently Asked Questions

We believe in seeking local solutions to landscape scale problems. We rely on the local knowledge of private landholders, public land managers, traditional owners and community groups such as Landcare for local expertise. The best available local information is used to plan, design, implement, manage and monitor our projects.

We also partner with some of Australia’s leading research institutions to ensure research, and the learnings from it, guide our work. We continue to co-invest with researchers and continually learn and share our findings to enable others to also acquire this knowledge.
Climate change is, and will continually have, a detrimental impact on our threatened species and the habitats that they live in.

Traditionally, governments work under timeframes that do not align with what we need to do to help our threatened species. And now, under a changing climate, the need to act is now greater.

Carbon Landscapes is creating alternative business models to address what is required so that we can invest in actions that benefit our threatened species, also within the timeframes that they need.

Your membership supports Carbon Landscapes in many ways. Financial members directly support our projects on the ground such as conservation activities associated with our safe haven projects. By fast-tracking investment streams into our projects, we are ensuring that Australia’s biodiversity is best adapted to a changing climate before it's too late.
We partner with some of Australia’s leading environmental groups to recreate habitats and rewild our landscapes. Read about our projects here.

We plan, design and implement projects that achieve environmental outcomes such as improving river health, establishing strategic wildlife corridors and creating refugia for wildlife, as well as many other environmental objectives.

We also invest in projects that mitigate against climate change through carbon sequestration, but also make our landscapes more resilient and adaptable to climate change. Examples include strategic revegetation such as biolinks and buffering of remnant areas of vegetation to link and increase existing habitat so that our native wildlife can move across the landscape. This is important for frequent events such as bushfires.
YES! Get in touch to see how your business can sponsor a project. Your support will have a direct impact on environmental outcomes, while creating the opportunity for a co-branded promotional campaign to share your story.
If you are a small to medium business, your membership fee is a part of your marketing and promotion expenses (corporate social responsibility) and is therefore tax deductible, as are carbon offsets you acquire for your business.

In the spirit of reconciliation Carbon Landscapes acknowledges the Traditional Custodians of country throughout Australia and their connections to land, sea and community. We pay our respect to their elders past and present and extend that respect to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples today.
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