11 Biosis ecologists awarded BAM accreditation

The Biosis ecology team now has 11 accredited Biodiversity Assessment Method (BAM) assessors (registered by the Office of Environment and Heritage) and two pending their accreditation certification, making us one.. read more

Contracts awarded for the groundbreaking Nimmie-Caira regeneration project

On 29 May 2018, the NSW and Commonwealth governments made a groundbreaking announcement about the future management of the Nimmie-Caira property on the lower Murrumbidgee River Floodplains of south-western NSW… read more

Zoologist Kayla Asplet presenting at the 2018 Australasian Bat Society Conference

Biosis zoologist Kayla Asplet had the opportunity to showcase her research at the recent Australasian Bat Society Conference, held at Western Sydney University. Kayla, from our Wollongong office, presented her.. read more

Ecology and heritage advice for the Puffing Billy Railway

Posted in Case Studies, news, Victoria

The Biosis ecology and heritage teams recently had the pleasure of assisting an iconic Victorian tourist attraction, the Puffing Billy Railway. Opened in 1900 as the rail connection between Upper.. read more

Important changes to the Victorian Native Vegetation Removal Regulations

  After a long consultation process, the Victorian Government has made changes to the native vegetation removal regulations. These changes were gazetted on 12 December 2017 and take immediate effect… read more

Biosis heritage advisors present at the 2017 EIANZ Conference and the University of Otago

Posted in Events, news

Biosis senior heritage experts Kasey Robb and Dr Ilya Berelov crossed the ditch to present at the 2017 Environment Institute of Australia and New Zealand (EIANZ) conference, held in Wellington… read more

Important changes to the Victorian Heritage Act

An important legislative update for our clients operating in Victoria – are you aware of the recent changes to the Heritage Act? After two years of community and industry consultation,.. read more

Biosis moves offices in Newcastle due to growth of our team

Posted in Announcements, Twitter

The sustained growth of our Newcastle office has resulted in the relocation of the Biosis  office to new premises in Wickham.  Since the acquisition of Ecotone Ecological Consultants in 2014,.. read more

Biosis leads community surveys for the Wadalba Wildlife Corridor

Posted in news, Twitter

The corridor, owned by Central Coast Council, is located on the NSW Central Coast.  The corridor is a patch of retained native vegetation and fauna habitat that functions as a.. read more

Biosis Cultural Heritage Information Sessions 2016

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Changes to Victoria’s Cultural Heritage Legislation: Amendments to Aboriginal Heritage Act 2006 and Regulations 2007 Biosis, in partnership with stakeholders, are running information sessions on recent changes to Victoria’s Aboriginal.. read more