Local native plants, natural resource management, community education and sustainable eco-gardening
Hunter Indigenous Plants

Our Services

Our aim is to provide the following services using fully qualified and trained staff and to achieve ‘best practice’ management of these services:

  • Seed collection, sorting and storage
  • Plant propagation, production and supply
  • Site assessments, flora surveys, property vegetation plans, and GIS mapping
  • Revegetation services including monitoring and maintenance of works
  • Bush regeneration and land management services
  • Eco-gardens and food production gardens
  • Training, education and eco-tourism programs

If you would like more information about our services or a copy of our business profile please contact us.

We can provide training, education and eco-tourism programs for schools, community groups, government, business and small groups of visitors.

Our natural resource management training and educational program includes the following topics:

  • Native plant propagation
  • Nursery operations and practice
  • Seed collection
  • Seed sorting and storage
  • Plant recognition and identification
  • Bushland awareness
  • Weed identification and treatment/removal techniques
  • Integrated pest management
  • Planting trees and shrubs
  • Natural area restoration work
  • Native plant family profiles
  • Plant communities of the Lower Hunter
  • Introduction to ecology, biodiversity & sustainability concepts
  • Food production for households and community gardens
  • Water wise gardens and sustainable eco-gardens

We can deliver our training in a flexible manner to suit your organisations needs. Workshop topics are available as notes or as hands on half day workshops. We suggest participants benefit most from a combination of both the information in our manual notes and the practical hands on experience format of our workshops.

Our eco-tourism program includes the following:

We will provide guided educational excursions for schools, higher education students, community groups and small groups of visitors in the following:

  • Native plants and animals
  • Natural places
  • Aboriginal culture & history

Places of interest:

  • Weraketa N.P.
  • Tomaree N.P.
  • Barrington Tops N.P.
  • Glenrock S.P.
  • Lake Macquarie S.P.
  • Hunter Botanic Gardens
  • Hunter Wetlands Centre
  • Tilligerry Habitat Centre
  • Yamuloong


  • Bush walking & plant identification
  • Bird watching
  • Night spot-lighting
  • Frog hunt
  • Animals, tracks & scats
  • Bushfood tasting
  • Aboriginal art & culture