Our preferred and most efficient method for removing the Olive trees is a forest mulching technique, where large machines grind and chip all the trees to the ground, returning them to the forest floor as dense mulch.
From our before and after photos, you will see that our team’s dedication is paying dividends as their efforts transform the Garden landscape. Led by Jordan Scott, with a talented group of contractors, the team has removed 17 hectares of Olive this year alone.
The Garden now faces the challenge of managing and restoring the vegetation on the cleared land.
We continue the battle to remove the remaining Olive plants, particularly the 25 hectares of dense trees on the Mount Annan summit, subject to sourcing additional funds to complete the eradication program.