Consulting Arborists

Getting qualified advice is the first step in managing your trees. Our Consulting Arborists are experts in urban tree management. They provide qualified and best practice advice on tree health, safety, regulations, and development.

Whether you want peace of mind, a tree management plan, or project Arborist – we can help.  Our Consulting Arborists have a Diploma in Arboriculture (AQF5) with additional training in risk assessments and sustainable agriculture.

Note: Arboriculture Australia states anyone seeking advice on trees should only engage AQF 5 qualified Arborists.

Tree Assessment Consultation

An inspection by a qualified Arborist to provide advice on tree management, health, safety or other concerns. Your consultation includes a discussion about the issues you have and a visual inspection of your tree and its environment. We’ll explain solutions, opportunities, concepts and regulations to help you make informed decisions.

Arboricultural Reports

Arborist reports for council, development applications, legal matters, risk assessments, or property management. Our reports are clear and concise. They include objective observations and solutions tailored to your project that meet regulatory requirements. Arboriculture reports include:

  • Impact Assessments
  • Risk Assessments
  • Tree Management Plans
  • Tree Protection Plans
  • Damage Assessment
  • Site Surveys
  • Pre-development report.

Project Arborist

On-site tree management advice and inspections for construction and maintenance periods. We’ll support the project by helping implement your Tree Management Plan and monitor correct applications of Tree Protection Plan measures.

Tree Inventories

Large scale assessments and collection of data on your tree population. We’ll map and collect data on each of your trees. We use the collective data to develop strategic Tree Management Plans which align to your goals. Having a tree inventory can save time and money by planning for tree management based on the full urban forest including the tree, soil, micro-climate, surrounds, and land use.