We see the bigger picture

At Eco Logical Australia, we pride ourselves on being experts in our field.

We provide real solutions to real world challenges by helping our clients navigate their way through complexity. And by working side-by-side with our clients, we achieve the greatest positive outcome on every one of our projects. For us, that’s the big picture.

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  • Meet the experts – Michelle Frolich assists landowners to protect and conserve biodiversity 

    With over 12 years of consulting experience, Michelle Frolich, a Senior Consultant and one of our Biodiversity Offset Specialists, is passionate about helping landowners achieve great outcomes for their land and the environment. An Accredited Assessor under the NSW Biodiversity Conservation Act 2016 (BC Act), Michelle applies the Biodiversity Assessment Method (BAM) on the projects requiring a biodiversity assessment under the NSW Biodiversity Offsets Scheme.

  • Meet the experts – Lisa Adams, the brains behind environmental impact assessments 

    Lisa gravitated towards environmental impact assessment (EIA) quite early on in her career. With 20 years in the industry she has learnt to see the ‘big picture’ and the importance of providing clear and transparent information to facilitate good decision making for clients and regulators. Lisa is passionate about the problem-solving aspect of environmental impact assessments and enjoys making sense of technical information to create evidence-based lines of argument. As the lead of Environmental Impact Assessments (EIA) in Western Australia, she enjoys mentoring and sharing her years of knowledge and expertise with her team.

  • Providing learning opportunities for Indigenous university students 

    Here at Eco Logical Australia we are passionate about providing learning opportunities for students wanting to pursue their careers in the environmental sector. We partnered with CareerTrackers to provide two final year Indigenous University students with a 12-week summer internship where they worked with experts across a range of disciplines including ecology, impact assessments, mine closure and archaeology.