Bush Regeneration

Creating opportunities working in the bush

Nature Freedom is a social trader aiming to deliver paid training and ongoing employment opportunities working as a bush regenerator. We want to produce opportunities for young people with disabilities to find their passion and meaningful access in environment and nature. Environmental impacts and climate change are biggest threat for future generations, so we want to alleviate these impacts by creating positive social impact.

Inclusion is in heart of bush regeneration lifestyle. We focus on improving our natural environment, land and water by enhancing and restoring quality. A bush regenerator job is not just the hard work but also fun by enjoying the sounds and sights of nature. We want young people to build their career with us by becoming ecologists, wildlife handlers, marine scientists, farmers, horticulturists and Landcarers. We have range of available program that create positive impact for inclusion of Nature Freedom’s reputation working with the community for our environment:

Corporate Volunteering

Corporate Volunteering

Social Procurement

Social Procurement

Inclusive Education Program

Inclusive Education Program

Testimonials

“nature freedom inspires me to get out into my community, socialise with others and join in activities I have ¬†never done before. Making new friends ¬†and learning from others in activities! It is important to socialise, have friendships, and to enjoy life. Nature Freedom brings me all of those things!”

Brendon Donohue

“Nature Freedom inspired me to get out of my comfort zone and engage in outdoor recreational activities including canoeing and bushwalking in a safe, inclusive and social environment. Nature Freedom plays an important role in connecting young people with disabilities to nature and the outdoor environment which has both physical and mental health benefits to the person. Nature freedom also plays an important role in breaking down accessibility barriers in nature that ultimately benefits everyone.”

Belinda Harris