Bringing a beautiful big garden to a small space The Natura Pacific team were recently offered the very rewarding job of creating a beautiful vertical garden at the home of Lorraine and Patrick on the Gold Coast. After moving into a smaller home they found they missed their garden so much that they went searching
The end of another year is approaching and we would like to take a moment to say thank you! Thank you for working alongside us or being involved with us and the projects we work on. We would like to share with you a little video about what we all have been able to achieve…
Powerful Owl
Powerful Owl (Ninox strenua) A sharp beak that can pierce the thickest of skin, talons capable of ripping flesh from the bone and a pair of eyes as strong as night-vision goggles. These abilities surely provide any bird of prey with an advantage to thrive in the forests of South East Queensland. But while these
Natura Pacific Back from the Brink

AAEE Feature Back from the Brink!

AAEE have shared our ‘Back from the Brink’ project in their latest ozEEnews… We were very proud to have an article about our video series ‘Back from the Brink’ published in the September issue of ‘ozEEnews’, the newsletter of the Australian Association for Environmental Education Inc. To find out more about this inspiring organisation take
Swamp Orchid
Swamp Orchid (Phaius tankervilleae var. australis) Once upon a time, huge tracts of the South East Queensland coastline were host to a thick, impenetrable forest of tea-tree swamps. This low-lying coastal land was a paradise for biodiversity with rich soils, plenty of water and luscious vegetation. It was also home to Australia’s tallest orchid. Standing
Have you heard the news about plastic bags? The Queensland Government has not long ago implemented changes to the types of plastic shopping bags that are allowed to be given to customers by retailers. And one thing is for sure – these changes will more than likely affect most of us if we are not

Koala – Back from the Brink

Koala (Phascolarctos cinereus) Surely one of Australia’s most iconic species, the Koala is renowned for its sleepy nature and its love of gum leaves. This remarkable marsupial draws millions of visitors to our nation’s zoos and sanctuaries. But while we marvel at them in these isolated refuges are we missing the bigger picture? Outside of
Scalloped Hammerhead Shark
Scalloped Hammerhead Shark (Sphyrna lewini) The ocean is a big place; a huge expanse of water teeming with life. For large ocean predators like sharks, on the lookout for the next meal, this watery wonderland can surely provide plenty of food to go around. But along the urbanised coast of South East Queensland, the ocean
The South East Queensland Native Seed Project How green can we make 2018? 2018 has seen the start of a really exciting native seed project taking place in South East Queensland. It will bring together different parts of our community to do something really special for nature. Some past victories for ‘greening’ South East Queensland