Current projects

Darryl Anderson Consulting
Bilambil, NSW

We are currently preparing a Vegatation Management Plan and associated documents for a development site in the Tweed. The site is located on volcanic soils and supports numbers of threatened plant species including Fine-leaved Tuckerooo, Spiny Gardenia,  Marblewood and other species.

Port Stephens Council
Port Stephens LGA

We are working with Port Stephens Council on a couple of projects. The first one is looking at Council's vegetation mapping layer from a koala's perspective while also looking at habitat occupancy rates by koalas across the LGA. The second project is examining the data layers currently informing koala management across the LGA, but includes a connectivity analysis.  A draft report for the first project has recently been submitted to Council.

East Coast NSW

We are continuing to work with NSWOEH and the Koala Likelihood Model by undertaking additional sampling in cells that currently have little or no information on koalas. This time around we will also be looking at development of some alternative probability models to help guide the allocation of confidence measures to KLM cells. 

City of Gold Coast Council
Coombabah, SEQ
Council of the City of Gold Coast
Coomera - Pimpama

In 2006 we were contracted by the then Gold Coast Council to undertake a koala habitat and population assessment across the Gold Coast LGA, including detailed studies in the Coombabah and Coomera-Pimpama areas. Amongst outcomes from this work were recommendations for dealing with the envisaged rapid urban expansion that was to occur in the Commera - Pimpama area.

Ballina Shire Council
Ballina LGA

In 2012, the NSW Minister for Planning & Infrastructure initiated a review of the application of Environmental Zones (E Zones) and overlays in Local Environmental Plans on the Far North Coast of NSW. Amongst the implications arising from this review was the deferral of proposed land use zonings in some areas.


We often work with other consultancy companies and/or organisations to assist them with the undertaking of various projects. Current collaborations include: