Daniel Brindley

Daniel has always been in close contact with the natural environment, having grown up on the family property in the middle of Greens Bush National Park. He was mentored by prominent environmentalists of the time including Stephanie Rennick, Mike Carter and his father Tony Brindley. He turned his hobby into a career when he started his own business 18 years ago, and has continued to expand its operations into all aspects of environmental rehabilitation and restoration. 

On both a professional and voluntary basis, Daniel has always supported environmental causes. In 2014 he won the Individual Award from the United Nations Association of Australia, in recognition of his philanthropic efforts over many years. He has delivered hundreds of lectures to organizations such as the Field Naturalists of Victoria, Bird Observers Club, Probus, Landcare, Melbourne Museum etc. He has also opened his family property for Trust for Nature’s BushMonth promotion, and has held various positions of office in local environmental organizations including the founding president of the Main Creek Landcare Group. Furthermore, he has organized several other local communities to form new Landcare Groups.