Surveys and Monitoring

Vegetation surveys document communities and habitats, and are a fundamental initial process for developing property management plans. We undertake detailed surveys of full floristic diversity, land condition and regional ecosystems, to identify the conservation values and legal status of the vegetation.

We help evaluate the success of land management programs, and the long term condition of the landscape, through detailed monitoring programs. This involves repeated surveys of permanently marked sites and assessments of indicators of landscape health.

Our vegetation surveys and monitoring projects have spanned most of Queensland’s bioregions, including the North West Highlands, Einasleigh Uplands, Cape York Peninsula, Mitchell Grass Downs, Desert Uplands, Wet Tropics, Brigalow Belt and South East Queensland.

We have undertaken surveys and monitoring for a range of organizations who strive to improve the management of our Australian landscape, including the South East Queensland Fire and Biodiversity Consortium, Nature Refuge Landholders Association and the Department of Natural Resources and Water. 




Contact Us

Dr Paul Williams


Phone: 0447 163 006

Eucalypt forest monitoring transect on Mt Coot-tha for Brisbane City Council

Ironbark and spear grass woodland in the Einasleigh Uplands Bioregion