Earth Repair & Restoration is an innovative company with over 20 years’ experience in the natural resource management industry working on both small and large projects in the Sydney Metropolitan Area and its surrounding catchments.

The company’s experience carrying out work in a diverse variety of ecosystems and vegetation communities has provided us with the expertise to adopt the most sensitive and efficient restoration strategies. This ensures the most cost effective and sustainable outcomes for our clients who include state and local government agencies, civil and infrastructure contractors and community groups.

Earth Repair & Restoration is committed to implementing best practice, minimal disturbance bush regeneration while providing a safe and healthy working environment. Through careful planning and attention to detail Earth Repair & Restoration has combined commercial success with a respect for the ecological values of each site.

Earth Repair specialise in:

  • Bush Regeneration.
  • Noxious and Environmental Weed Control.
  • Mine Rehabilitation.
  • Revegetation.
  • Riparian Restoration.
  • Creek Line Re-construction.
  • Wetland Restoration.
  • Native Seed Collection.

At Earth Repair we pay close attention to biodiversity and resilience ensuring that all native flora and fauna on our worksites are protected. Herbicides are used as part of an integrated weed control strategy and spraying is only carried out where there is no risk of contamination of waterways or off target damage to native flora and fauna particularly herbs and grasses.

Earth Repair & Restoration has carried out ecological restoration projects in the following Threatened Species Conservation Act (1995) Endangered Ecological Communities:

  • Alluvial Woodland.
  • Saltmarsh Estuarine Complex.
  • Shale Hills Woodland.
  • Shale Sandstone Transition Forest.
  • Cumberland Plain Woodland.
  • Sydney Coastal River Flat Forest.
  • Sydney Coastal Wetlands.
  • Blue Gum High Forest.
  • Sydney Sandstone Gully Forest.
  • Cooks River Castlereagh Ironbark Forest.
  • Turpentine Ironbark Forest.

The company’s operations are fully compliant with all relevant New South Wales and Commonwealth legislation, including Protection of the Environment Operations Act NSW (1997), Noxious Weeds Act (1993), Threatened Species Conservation Act (1995), Pesticides Act (1999), National Parks and Wildlife Act (1974) and Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act (1999).