When are Landmate crews available to work on my project?

When you make an application for a crew, Landmate will get back to you within two business days to discuss your project. We can work with you to organise a crew to be available at a time that is convenient.

Factors that may affect the timing of work on your project include:

    • whether your project has received final grant approval
    • availability of crews in your local area
    • the location of your site
    • weather conditions
    • recent natural events (for example following natural disasters, demand for recovery works may be high).

Gather your information

To complete your application, you will need to have detailed information about your worksite and the works planned in your project, as well as your funding details. 

 Please select the appropriate drop-down list for a list of details you'll need. 

 

If your project has a DELWP grant 

You’ll need to have your Department of the Environment, Land, Water and Planning (DELWP) grant information or documents handy, including the:

  • name of your grant
  • number of your grant
  • expiry date of your grant
  • the name of the project contact and their contact phone number and email address
  • the name of the owner of the property on which the work is to be carried out ( for example, this may be an organisation or council) and their contact phone number and email address
  • the address of the property the work is being carried out.
 

If your community volunteer environment group has a project on public land

You’ll need to have your group and project detail information or documents handy, including the:

  • land management group name
  • land management group contact details including email and mobile phone number
  • name and signature of organisation representative.
 

If your works have been declared by a managing organisation following a natural disaster

You’ll need to have the following:

  • organisation managing the disaster recovery
  • landholder’s name (if on private land)
  • landline phone number
  • mobile number
  • email address
  • residential address.

For projects occurring on private land you will also need to provide landholder insurance information.

 

If your project is on public or private land and funded from other government fund sources

You’ll need to have the following:

  • funding organisation’s name  
  • billing address details
  • organisation contact name and number
  • organisation ABN
  • signature of organisation representative
  • Project name
  • purchase order number (if applicable)
  • number of days requested at $400
  • total cost of request.

(Note that 10 per cent GST will be added to all cost, for example - $400 + 10 per cent = $440.)

Complete your application form

A downloadable application form is available

Download the Landmate application form

Any questions?

Contact your local Landmate crew leader.