20 Million Trees Programme

The 20 Million Trees Programme, part of the National Landcare Programme, was designed to protect and restore the environment and contribute to more sustainable and productive agriculture.

Having committed $50 million to the programme, the government fund aimed to plant 20 million native species trees by 2020. To meet this objective, the government engaged service providers, like CO2 Australia, to deliver large-scale tree planting projects.

Participation in the programme offered landholders the opportunity to have a service provider undertake large-scale revegetation projects on their properties at no cost. Using locally appropriate native species, these projects contribute to more resilient landscapes, improve the extent and connectivity of native vegetation, and provide habitat for threatened species.

Find out more about our projects

Click on the images below for details about the 20 Million Trees projects we are currently delivering in Queensland, New South Wales, Western Australia and Victoria.

We are here to help

Please contact us for advice and further information on how we can assist with delivering large-scale revegetation projects.