For 15 years, our team has proudly improved industry standard through a commitment in delivering intelligent, responsible and innovative land, water and ecological management, monitoring and consultation.

Our values and reputation have solidified Acacia Environmental as a trusted partner to many leading organisations such as Parks Victoria, AusNet Services and Melbourne Water.

The Acacia Environmental team comprises of ecological land managers and scientists who are either out in the field monitoring and assessing everyday environmental problems or behind the office desk developing data-driven preventative programs.

We are proud to affiliate with Symbio Labatories and Bio2labs in delivering a one-stop solution in water management and analytics.

The very essence of our work is to conserve the ecological, recreational, wildlife and cultural assets of the natural environment, as well as its biodiversity values, to the highest integrity. We also ensure our clients meet state, federal and ancillary environmental requirements.

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Acacia employees undertaking Eel Trap Cultural Restoration with the Wurundjeri Narrap NRM team.

The Acacia Difference


We deliver exemplary ways of working through state-of-the-art equipment and progressive methodologies. We invest time and training in our stakeholders, people and processes. We are passionate about the future of our industry, embracing technological advancements which improve our quality of work.


Acacia is proud to partner with Australian owned Symbio Labatories and Bio2labs to deliver a holistic, data driven water management and monitoring service. This powerful partnership builds on Acacia’s strong logistical and localised knowledge backed by meaningful analytics and visualisation.


We believe in long term client relationships over short wins. Our work is bound by the greater good in delivering responsible, smart, innovative environmental solutions which benefit private enterprise, our environment and the wider community.


Our team are technically experienced, qualified professionals who undergo frequent training and upskilling. Over 40 staff hold a Bachelor’s degree (or equivalent) in Environmental Science related qualifications.