A partnership towards a Greater Good

Empowering you to lead the way in sustainable tourism and events

Reforest is working with local tourism businesses and events to help visitors leave the destination better than they found it by giving back through local community initiatives.

Give your customers an authentic, regenerative experience

We're making climate action good for business

We help you future-proof your business and empower sustainable tourism by actively engaging your community in local projects through the Reforest web platform.

Step 1:
Calculate your
footprint

Step 2:
Plant trees
in local projects

Step 3:
Engage your
customers

Support a local, high quality project

Plant trees in the Mabi Forest

In Tropical North Queensland, we’re working with Terrain Natural Resource Management to plant trees and restore the Mabi Forest in the Atherton Tablelands.

Get your customers involved

Real impact you can share with customers

Engage your customers with the great work you are doing with a personalised engagement campaign that shows them the project you're supporting. You can dedicate a share of your climate action for each customer transaction.

Go beyond carbon offsetting

Tangible impact that builds your brand's story

Your Reforest platform will track the impact that you're making and help your customers understand the value Tropical North Queensland places on the environment and community, so they can travel thoughtfully and leave it better.

Join your local community

Who we're working with

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Start your impact journey

See how easy it can be to make a real difference! You can measure your carbon footprints within minutes using our calculator.

Prevent the extinction of the Mabi Forest

Restoring the home of the Lumholtz's tree-kangaroo

This project will help restore critically endangered Mabi Forest on the Atherton Tablelands, in the Wet Tropics region of far north Queensland.

Mabi Forest draws its name from the local Indigenous name for Lumholtz's Tree-kangaroo (mabi or mapi), one of the most common large mammals in this forest type. Predominantly a leaf eater, this rare species lives in the canopy of Mabi Forest and adjoining ecosystems.
Past clearing means less than 4% of the original extent its native habitat remains.

Reforest's previous work in North Queensland

Working with the Australian Tourism Export Council

Reforest worked with ATEC Meeting Place in November 2022 to calculate and remove the emissions from that event. Watch the video to see how it all worked.

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We'll keep you informed about the restoration projects you can support, as well as changes to the Reforest platform that will help make it easier to share your brand's impact story.

Reforest is made with  by a team across Australia. We acknowledge the Traditional Owners of the land, and pay respect to their elders, past, present and emerging.

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