Gold Coast Botany

Gold Coast Botany is an established small business who have provided specialist consulting services for nearly 30 years in all aspects of flora survey and vegetation analyses and related project needs such as rehabilitation, mapping and reporting. With this experience comes a deep understanding of our magnificent local biodiversity. This foundation enables us to efficiently service a wide range of clientèle from small private landholder projects to a range of public land needs to large infrastructure projects.


Gold Coast Botany offers consulting services with a particular focus on the field identification of plant species and vegetation communities. We have a reputation for providing comprehensive and detailed desktop analyses and site flora survey together with subsequent reporting and plans of management. GCB has a working knowledge of relevant government laws, strategies, and regulations. This includes the recent Trigger Map Protected Plant requirements under the Qld Nature Conservation Act.

Flora Survey

Flora survey is our core business and we take great pride in providing an exceptional service, with both locating and identifying individual plant species and assessing vegetation communities. In a region of such high biodiversity and complexity, we can provide detailed information of high certainty specific to your project needs.


Gold Coast Botany is founded on a long history of working with and studying local plant species and forest communities and includes extensive industry, government  and community participation. Our services range from flora survey to plant identification, reports and management plans, revegetation and landscape design, specific skills training and all-round information about plants. We often work with colleagues as part of a larger ecological team and while the Gold Coast and hinterland is our area of focus, GCB has undertaken projects in many other areas of Queensland as requested by clients.



Phone: 0411 694 258

Post: P.O. Box 471, Mudgeeraba QLD 4213



Flora survey


Community Support

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