SUGi
Australia

Queensland, Australia

Tully

A sanctuary for nature.

Land Forest
Miyawaki Method
Habitat
water

A creek ecosystem, surrounding the property, is in need of revitalization. All outflows of water affect, ultimately, the quality of the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park.

Sites like this creek, in particular, are sanctuaries for nature; including exotic and rare flora. Surrounded by the farmland they are a tiny oasis in a large sea of agriculture.


This Miyawaki forest will complement the degraded ecosystem as well as the rainforest area and it will help pollinate fruit trees.

Forest Maker Brett Krause

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804

Trees

200

Square meters

102

Native Species

“This Miyawaki forest will complement the degraded ecosystem as well as the rainforest area and it will help pollinate fruit trees.”

Brett Krause

Benefits

Planting a forest at Tully will:

  • Revitalise the area by supporting ecosystem biodiversity.

  • Restore habitat for the Cassowary bird

  • Increase water quality that ultimately flows to the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park

  • Create habitat for native wetland fauna

  • Increase environmental awareness in our community
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