Category - Recent Projects

Connecting Community for Waterways – South East QLD

During 2013 and 2014 team at Natura Pacific were proud to help facilitate and implement the Connecting Community for Waterways project. This project was undertaken as a service to the community which was focused on students and community collecting native seeds to provide as a resource to prison inmates participating in horticulture training, as part …

Ecological Assessment – Newmarket South East QLD

An ecological assessment was conducted by Natura Pacific in 2015 to determine the feasibility and potential ecological impacts of planned bank stabilisation works at a site near Brisbane’s city centre. A desktop review assessed legislative constraints that may apply in relation to environmental restrictions as well as determining any potential for the presence of habitat, ecosystems …

Gas Line Flora and Fauna Management Plan – Ripley Valley QLD

In 2014 Natura Pacific was engaged to undertake surveys and provide a flora and fauna management plan for the installation of a proposed gas pipeline in Ripley Valley Qld. Additionally, a full review of the planning documentation required by government authorities was undertaken to ensure that the proposal met or exceeded all statutory requirements for …

GIS Mapping of WiFi Hotspots in Queensland

In 2014 a strategic planning consultancy firm, who specialise in the provision of strategic planning and communications services for state tourism organisations and government departments, engaged Natura Pacific to deliver the mapping component of a project they were undertaking. This project involved a desktop audit of WiFi availability along the major drive routes and national …

Paradise Country Wetland Restoration Plan – South East QLD

In 2013 Natura Pacific was commissioned to prepare a Wetland Restoration and Management Plan for a property in the Gold Coast hinterland.  The plan was provided for the purpose of identifying Wetland Environmental Values, within and adjacent to the site and to provide baseline information for a detailed wetland restoration plan. In conducting this project, our …

Weed Management and Threatened Flora Survey – Western Downs QLD

During 2013 to 2014 Natura Pacific were engaged to undertake field vegetation assessments, mapping and reporting as part of the Weed Management Plan and Threatened Flora Survey along easement and access trails for a powerline extension near Roma in Queensland’s Western Downs Region. The areas surveyed was ~100 km long and between 60 to 90 …

Pimpama River Catchment Study Guide – South East QLD

Produced during 2013, the Pimpama River Catchment Study Guide rolls together information on catchment health, environmental processes, cultural significance, water quality, catchment health assessment and monitoring procedures in a ‘user-friendly’ format for teachers and students. It also provides lesson plans including a catchment tour for teachers and students and work booklets for students from years …

Brunei Mangrove Management and Conservation Study in Lubu Forest Area – Brunei Darussalam

In 2013 Natura Pacific were engaged to develop and implement rapid site assessment methodology to assess and classify the condition of mangroves and potential sustainable harvesting practices in the Lubu Forest Area for the purpose of supporting mangrove management into the future. The assessment specifically required the identification, classification and mapping of mangrove vegetation and …

Waterway Health Assessments of Sandy Creek, Loders Creek and Oakey Creek – Gold Coast QLD

Undertaken as three separate projects between 2012 and 2013, a major objective was to provide a waterway health assessment of the current conditions for each catchment.  The condition assessment was implemented to provide baseline monitoring of the catchment under baseflow conditions in both spring and autumn and to provide a reference point in order to …

Sustainability Education – Democratic Republic of the Congo

In 2013, Natura Pacific worked with the AusCongo Network in the Democratic Republic of the Congo, central Africa, to bring about online environmental workshops to help the community with their farming. This program used Skype video-conferencing to schedule 1-2 hours per week in environmental education for rural farmers and interest community stakeholders. The program covered …

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