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PROPOSED SITES IN SYDNEY HARBOUR

This project will be amongst the first, globally, to move beyond habitat-by-habitat restoration, to provide an example of how multi-habitat restoration can be conducted at seascape scale to not only maximise ecological but also socio-economic benefits.

Project Restore will be conducted across 11 proposed sites in Sydney Harbour. The sites are categorised into control, reference and restoration which will allow us to compare the impacts of restoration on biodiversity and habitat improvement.

PROPOSED SITES IN SYDNEY HARBOUR

This project will be amongst the first, globally, to move beyond habitat-by-habitat restoration, to provide an example of how multi-habitat restoration can be conducted at seascape scale to not only maximise ecological but also socio-economic benefits.

Project Restore will be conducted across 11 proposed sites in Sydney Harbour. The sites are categorised into control, reference and restoration which will allow us to compare the impacts of restoration on biodiversity and habitat improvement.

WHAT IS SEASCAPE RESTORATION?

Project Restore focuses not only on individual habitats but also fostering connection between habitats. This innovative approach to restoration aims to provide a blueprint for future seascape restoration work globally.

Not only does Project Restore aim to see benefits for marine life and ecological systems, but also the community surrounding these sites.

Explore the links below to learn more about Seascape Restoration as well as the different restoration methods that make up Project Restore.